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Live Theater & Music Events
in the Upper Cumberland Region


Some of the best performances take place in the Upper Cumberland
- art centers, theaters, playhouses, historic hotels, outdoor venues, & even underground!RV Camping BannerIt all can be found in the Upper Cumberland Region


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Cumberland County Playhouse - The Cumberland Playhouse is Tennessee’s Family Theater, celebrating 45 years on three stages...
Crossville KOA CampingThe Cumberland Playhouse is Tennessee’s Family Theater, celebrating 45 years on three stages, with Broadway-style musicals, news shows about Appalachia and the South, comedies and plays of heart and heritage, multicultural shows and concerts, and year round entertainment.The Cumberland County Playhouse is the only major non-profit professional performing arts resource in rural Tennessee, and one of the 10 largest professional theaters in rural America. It serves more than 145,000 visitors annually with two indoor and two outdoor states, young audience productions, a comprehensive dance program, a concert series and touring shows.

The Playhouse offers Big City Excellence at Small Town prices, in beautiful Crossville in Cumberland County of Tennessee – the vast forested “central park in the middle of Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville. Only 3 hours from Atlanta, and about five from Memphis, Charlotte and Louisville.

221 Tennessee Avenue
Crossville, TN 38555
Phone: (800) 746-8455
Phone: (931) 484-5000
Website: www.ccplayhouse.com
The Cookeville Performing Arts Center - The Cumberland Playhouse is Tennessee’s Family Theater, celebrating 45 years on three stages...
The Cookeville Performing Arts Center is a 456 seat live performance theatre owned by the City of Cookeville and operated by the Department of Leisure Services. The facility opened in August 1979 and houses the Margery Hargrove Auditorium, named in 1989 for the First Lady of Theatre in the area.

The Performing Arts Center staff produces the state, regional, and national award winning BACKSTAGE at CPAC series, an annual series of contemporary plays with variable seating and staging arrangements. In addition, CPAC is the home of many community organizations, various events and performances.

Cookeville Performing Arts Center
P.O. Box 998
Cookeville TN 38503
Phone (931)528-1313
Website: www.cookeville-tn.org/cpac
E-mail: sgwilt@cookeville-tn.org
The Palace Theatre - The Palace Theatre has been a part of Crossville’s Main Street for almost 70 years...
The Palace Theatre has been a part of Crossville’s Main Street for almost 70 years!
Sometimes called “The Jewel of Main Street,” the Palace Theatre has been restored into a flexible community auditorium that can show 35 mm classic movies, host concerts from classical to rock, beauty pageants, school programs and more.

Built in the late 1930’s, the theatre opened with a grand celebration on November 21, 1938 featuring the Ronald Coleman classic movie “If I were King.” The admission to that first Palace movie was only 31 cents for the best seat in the house. The Palace remained an integral part of the community for the next 40 years

The Palace is open for regular functions, but has a flexible schedule and management will do everything to accommodate special requests. The Palace Theatre doesn’t just serve Crossville; it serves Cumberland County, the Cumberland Plateau and the whole of the East Tennessee area.The lobby area of the theatre houses a local information center where people can go to find out about local attractions.

72 S. Main St. Crossville TN 38555
(931) 484-6133
Website: www.palacetheatre-crossville.com
E-mail: palace@crossvilletn.gov
The Thomas House Theater - The Thomas House is a cool and mysterious hideaway resting high atop a gently rolling hillside...
The Thomas House is a cool and mysterious hideaway resting high atop a gently rolling hillside on the outer edge of Red Boiling Springs’ city limits. One of the city’s oldest and most beautiful landmarks, it has been a vital part of the community since 1890.The Thomas House is proud to present several dinner-theater productions throughout the year. Guests enjoy dinner before the play. After dinner, local actors present popular plays that have usually had long runs on Broadway. It’s a fun evening for all!

520 E Main St
Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150-2318
Phone: 615-699-3006
Website:www.thomashousehotel.com
E-mail: thomashouse@nctc.com