NASHVILLE, TN - Join the community of Nashville in the upcoming TEDxNashville talks and performances which will be held at the National Museum of African American Music, or NMAAM on Wednesday, August 9.
The event will highlight the value in resilience as human instinct lead to rebuild and reimagine through times, and how it affects the community during the current pandemic times. The event will be presented by Kristian Bush from the country music duo, Sugarland.
The attendees will get a chance to see four inspiring TEDxNashville talks and performances, and exclusive, after-hours access to NMAAM. The event started with the opening gate at 5 p.m, exclusively after-hours access to the newest museum in Music City: National Museum of African American Music, continue with the TEDxNashville talks and performances held in Roots Theater at 7 p.m, and the museum exploration and meet and greet session at 9 p.m.
In this session, TEDxNashville will be discussing the value of resilience as the root of all survival and its importance towards everyday life, as most of the community are struggling with coming back after hitting the rock bottom and facing terrible defeat. It's important to realize the defeat and regain with strong determination to achieve success.
Interested attendees can register for the tickets at the website https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tedxnashville-resilience-looking-within-tickets-161386769171?aff=ebdssbdestsearch&keep_tld=1, starting from $50.
Visit also the website at https://www.tedxnashville.com/ for detailed information about the event and the upcoming programs from TEDxNashville.
All ticket sales will go to TEDxNashville (a 501(c)(3) organization) and help support its mission of shining a light on Ideas Worth Spreading from Middle Tennesseans and keeping the Nashville community and ideas represented on the global TED platform.
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