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Enjoy Valentine’s with Patti LaBelle and the Nashville Symphony

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Patti LaBelle

Patti LaBelle

Patti LaBelle joins the Nashville Symphony, with Vinay Parameswaran, conductor, on Friday February 13, and Saturday February 14 at 8 pm each night at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Treat your sweetheart to the ultimate Valentine’s date when Patti LaBelle joins the Nashville Symphony for a night of love songs like no one else can deliver. With hits including ‘If You Only Knew,’ ‘Somebody Loves You Baby (You Know Who It Is),’ ‘Lady Marmalade’ and “On My Own,” this sultry soul diva knows a thing or two about romance. Get ready to fall in love all over again in the spectacular setting of Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

For a special treat, there’s a Girls Night Out happening on Friday, February 13. It features a Patti LaBelle concert Happy Hour beginning at 6:30 pm in the East Lobby. Majic from 92Q will be on hand to DJ, spinning your favorite old-school R&B tunes. There will be drink specials on wine, beer, martinis, cosmos and specialty cocktails.

There is also a special ‘Symphony Romance Package for Two’ available both nights. It comes with the following: two tickets, two glasses of wine or champagne, a rose, and two truffles from Nashville Chocolate & Nut Company. Reserve yours now for $180 per rear orchestra package (2/13 only); $219 per orchestra level and founders circle package; $293 per box seating package. Price includes all fees. To order, contact the ‘Date Night Package Hotline’ at 615-687-6400.

Stay in the spirit of Valentines Weekend on Sunday. ‘In the Mood: A 1940s Big Band Musical Revue’ runs Sunday February 15, with performances at 3 pm and 7 pm. Enjoy the String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra, presented without the Nashville Symphony.

Much more than a concert, ‘In the Mood’ presents a retro 1940s musical revue featuring top-notch singers and dancers accompanied by the sensational String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra. You’ll hear the hits of the day, including ‘It Don’t Mean a Thing,’ ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,’ ‘Moonlight Serenade,’ and many, many more. In the 1940s, the combination of up-tempo big band instrumentals and intimate, romantic ballads set the mood for a future filled with promise, hope and prosperity. This was the time when the music moved the nation’s spirit.

NashvilleSymphony.org is the only official website for purchasing tickets to concerts at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The Nashville Symphony Box Office is at One Symphony Place, Call for hours. Phone: 615-687-6400. Email: tickets@nashvillesymphony.org.

Mark your calendars for these upcoming shows at the Schermerhorn: Dave Koz: Friday, March 6, 8 pm; Craig Ferguson’s Hot & Grumpy Tour — Walking the Earth: Monday, March 9, at 7:30 pm; Boyz II Men: Thursday, March 19, 7 pm, Friday, March 20, and Saturday, March 21 at 8 pm; A Tribute to Billie Holiday with Cassandra Wilson: Wednesday, April 8, at 7:30 pm; Bernadette Peters: Thursday, April 9, 7 pm, Friday, April 10, and Saturday, April 11, 8 pm.

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