Music City is #NashvilleStrong

The storms that ripped through Nashville earlier this month left behind significant damage to homes and buildings across the area. While NMAAM did not sustain any structural damage, other communities, particularly North Nashville and East Nashville, were especially hard hit and are now on the long road to restoration. NMAAM stands in solidarity with our beloved Music City, and will work alongside our neighbors as they rebuild and recover.

Get Your NMAAM Tickets Today

It's time to plan your visit to NMAAM! Pre-sale tickets went on sale on March 3, and are available for purchase at

Hear Me Roar!
NMAAM celebrates Women's History Month with Hear Me Roar!, a month-long salute to Black women in music. From recording artists to executives, we're paying tribute to the dynamic divas who've left an indelible mark on American music. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for daily facts, trivia, and tributes, and treat your ears to some of the best music from Black women artists with NMAAM's Hear Me Roar! playlist on Spotify.
NMAAM Shines on CBS This Morning
Back in February, NMAAM President and CEO, Henry Beecher Hicks, III, and Senior Curator, Dr. Dina Bennett, sat down with CBS This Morning to share a sneak peek behind the scenes of the museum's galleries and exhibits. In case you missed it, here's a clip of Dr. Bennett revealing just a few of the artifacts guests will be able to see up close and personal when NMAAM opens Labor Day Weekend.
March Sips and Stanzas Postponed

Our friends at Events at 624 sustained considerable structural damage following the storms. As our hosts for our monthly Sips and Stanzas, they are in our prayers as they recover from the devastation. This month’s Sips is postponed. We’ll share updates once it’s rescheduled.

Recap: Music Legends & Heroes
On February 28, 2020, Grammy nominated musician and producer Ron Gilmore Jr. was the honored guest for our Music Legends & Heroes youth program.  Hosted at Pearl-Cohn High School, over 280 students participated in this "Museum Without Walls" experience, allowing them to connect with Gilmore, and better understand the significance of  African American music and musicians. 

Recap: NMAAM + NBA All-Star Weekend
The NMAAM team braved the cold and traveled to Chicago for NBA All-Star Weekend, bringing a taste of the NMAAM experience to one of the year's biggest sports and entertainment events. The weekend amplified our continuing partnership with Jack Daniel's and Art, Beats + Lyrics, and was the perfect opportunity to introduce NMAAM to a captive audience of residents and visitors to the Windy City.
NMAAM's Art Auction is in Full Swing 
The NMAAM Art, Beats + Lyrics auction is your chance to bid on an original piece of art by AB+L artist and curator, Dwayne "Dubelyoo" Wright, and support the museum's Grand Opening. Click here for more information about our partnership with AB+L and Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey, and to place your bid. Bidding ends March 31, 2020.
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