Regions To Give Away 1000 Tickets to TPAC Kids Show
The November installment of Regions Free Day will feature 1,000 free tickets to the 6 p.m. Nov. 14 performance of "Brown Bear, Brown Bear & Other Treasured Stories by Eric Carle" at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" will incorporate puppetry, lighting and music to capture the youthful delight of identifying colors and objects. "Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me" celebrates a father-daughter adventure and introduces the wonder of the lunar cycle. "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" follows a plucky and extremely hungry caterpillar eating its way through a variety of foods on the path to becoming a butterfly.
The one thousand free tickets will be available online starting at 10A.M on Monday and reservations can be made online at the website of TPAC: http://patron.tpac.org/events/detail/brown-bear-brown-bear-hot-2016.
There are limits of four tickets per person only. And once that the ticket is sold out there will be waiting list for tickets on the same site. This program is suitable for children in prekindergarten until first grade. Everybody who wants to watch are all invite to get their tickets and watch the said show.
Regions Bank free days are designed to allow Middle Tennessee residents to explore fun and unique attractions Nashville has to offer at little or no cost at all.
Regions Financial Corporation is one of the top bank holding companies in the United States. Every year they do this for children who wants to watch an educational show live in theaters with the help of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center who had already done a lot of shows for all ages.
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is located in the James K. Polk Cultural Center in down town Tennessee. The large scale performing arts facility is developed in 1972. TPAC presents a series of broad show and special engagements and administers a comprehensive educational program.