Tlacc 2nd Annual Empanada Tasting Event

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Tlacc 2nd Annual Empanada Tasting Event
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The Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce (TLACC) and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) announce the 2nd Annual Empanada Tasting Event on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, at which attendees can explore the flavor, culture, and rich diversity of the region’s Latin American community while supporting Latino-owned businesses.

Tickets for the tasting are $20 and available now. With each ticket, attendees receive five empanadas and a soft drink or water. Additional food and drinks will be available from the vendors and TPAC concessions.

Hosted in the main lobby space at TPAC, 505 Deaderick St. in downtown Nashville, the expanded celebration of Latino culture also will feature a special presentation from Studio Tenn Theatre Company, the Franklin-based professional theatre company whose original production of “Evita,” starring Broadway powerhouse Eden Espinosa and Tony Award-winner Anthony Crivello, opens the 2016-17 HCA/TriStar Health Broadway at TPAC season on Sept. 9-18.

WHAT: TLACC’s 2nd Empanada Tasting Event
$20 sampling of empanadas from seven Latin American businesses
Special presentation from Studio Tenn’s production of “Evita”
Latin Music

WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

WHERE: Tennessee Performing Arts Center
Andrew Jackson Hall Lobby
505 Deaderick St.
Nashville, TN 37243

The Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., and is an inclusive organization that works to be the leading voice on business issues relating to the Latino community across Tennessee. TLACC provides members with the leadership and support required to create opportunities for Latino-owned companies, Latino professionals, and students while opening new markets for non-Latino organizations willing to engage with growing Latino communities. TLACC establishes programs that advance achievement in education, healthcare, and business development in the Latino communities in Tennessee.
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By: Tennessee Performing Arts Center

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