Tennessee’s largest outlet, value retail, dining and entertainment destination will re-open with an official ribbon cutting ceremony with mall representatives and Nashville and state officials at 9:30 am, Thurs., March 29. Country star Pam Tillis will be on hand to sing the national anthem.
Following the ribbon cutting, shoppers will enjoy entertainment, retailer promotions, incentives and giveaways. During the entire re-opening weekend, shoppers will experience a variety of live musical performances on the Opry Mills Entertainment Stage.
Festivities will continue through early May with a series of fashion, lifestyle, musical and family-friendly events including Opry Mills Next Big Star, Super Sale Weekend (April 13-15), kids play area unveiling (April 28-29) and the May 4-5 grand finale fashion shows and a free outdoor concert with Josh Turner.
Some of the new retail offerings include Coach Factory Store, Coach Mens Factory, Express, The LEGO Store, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Tommy Bahama Outlet, Vera Bradley.
The mall has been closed since May of 2010 when the Cumberland River breached the levies and flooded the area.
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