Free ‘Symphony on the Lawn’ concert May 22

(Vanderbilt University/Daniel Dubois)

Vanderbilt’s annual “Symphony Concert on the Lawn” – a special performance for the Vanderbilt community presented by Employee Celebration and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra – is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, on The Commons Center Lawn. All faculty, staff, their family members and friends of the university are invited to attend.

Bring a picnic basket, blankets and lawn chairs for a relaxing evening of free music by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. The rousing program will include selections from Bernstein, Brahms, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Williams. The use of video or audio recording equipment and/or flash cameras will be strictly prohibited.

Parking info:

The Concert will be held on the Commons Lawn. Image courtesy of Google Maps.

Parking is available in any unreserved Zone 1 space.

In case of rain:

In the event of rain or extremely hot weather, the concert will be moved indoors to the Ingram Performance Hall at Blair School of Music.

If the concert should move indoors, an announcement will be posted on the Vanderbilt Human Resources website and myVU by midday May 22. Please note that food is allowed in the Ingram Lobby only and seating is limited.

Questions? Please email

Contact: Midori Lockett, (615) 322-4493