TIM & FAITH TO “CELEBRATE NASHVILLE”

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will serve as the honorary chairs for the Celebrate Nashville event, Nashville Mayor Bill Purcell announced.

Tim and Faith, along with Tennessee Supreme Court Justice A.A. Birch, will join the mayor at the Oct. 1 kickoff of the nine-month celebration. Celebrate Nashville will begin with the dedication of the new park at Public Square in front of the historic Davidson County Courthouse. The occasion will commemorate the 200th anniversary of Nashville’s incorporation. Of Tim, Faith and Justice Birch, Mayor Purcell said, “They represent the people, music and history that make our city a special place.”

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