Concert promoter and festival producer AC Entertainment is set to open an office in Nashville. The company, which co-founded and produces the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival®, will be headed by industry familiar Nina Miller, with an office at 1200 Villa Place, Suite 405 in Edgehill Village.
Miller has spent more than 25 years in the entertainment industry, working in events, promotion, artist relations and philanthropy. She has previously held positions at Gibson Brands and The Gibson Foundation, and currently serves on the advisory committee for Music Makes Us and Music Health Alliance.
“Nashville has felt like a second home to us for more than a decade. It was time to make it official,” said AC Entertainment founder Ashley Capps. “Whether we are strengthening our Bonnaroo initiatives with the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and the city of Nashville or nurturing our relationships with the venues and industry folks in town, Nashville is core to the work we are doing as a company. The city is bursting with inspiration and energy, and we are excited to be spending more time here.”
“With Nina at the helm, our Nashville office will allow us to further develop the connection between our current projects and Nashville’s continually expanding music and entertainment community,” added Capps. “It will also better enable us to explore opportunities and support projects elsewhere.”
AC Entertainment has developed several relationships in the Nashville community. In addition to Bonnaroo, AC has working relationships with the Ryman Auditorium, Bridgestone Arena, Municipal Auditorium, the Cannery Ballroom, the Nashville Symphony for the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and more.
AC’s new office will continue to assist clients with festival and event creation and production, booking, marketing and promotion throughout the country.
Miller can be reached at [email protected].