Willie Nelson & Family Monday Jan 7th show at Tivoli Theatre sells out

For a second consecutive time, Willie Nelson has sold out his Chattanooga show.

After a sold-out October 2017 appearance here, the Red-Headed Stranger returns to play the Tivoli Theatre, 709 Broad St., on Monday night, Jan. 7.

Madison Kozak will open the Willie Nelson & Family concert.
For more information: 423-757-5580.

Website: http://www.chattanooga.gov/education-arts-and-culture/tivoli-theatre

Chattanooga is home to the Tivoli Theatre, a fabulous historic showplace known as the “Jewel of the South.” For over 90 years the grand old theatre has entertained Chattanoogans, offering everything from silent movies to Broadway blockbusters.

The Tivoli opened on March 19, 1921 following two years of construction. Construction cost was close to $1 million–a lavish sum for its day. The Tivoli’s interior reflects the Beaux Arts style popular for movie palaces of the 1920s. Its high domed ceiling, grand lobby, crystal chandeliers and elegant foyer were designed to transport patrons to a world of richness and splendor. Designed by the Chicago-based architectural firm of Rapp and Rapp, the Tivoli was built to accommodate both silent movies and live stage productions, making it state-of-the-art for its time.

From 1920s “picture palace” to community showplace for the 21st century, the Tivoli still offers Chattanoogans the finest in entertainment and cultural events. The Tivoli is the home of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Association, and also welcomes a wide variety of touring companies each year. With offerings from blues to bluegrass and classical to country; plus dance, opera and the best of Broadway, the Tivoli is at the center of Chattanooga’s cultural life. Its elegance and intimacy have made it a favorite of audiences and performers alike.

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