Violins of Hope Giveaway
An extremely rare collection of violins is coming to Nashville this spring for a landmark exhibit and series of performances. Called the Violins of Hope, these lovingly restored instruments, which were owned by Jews during the Holocaust, will be on view and will also be featured in several Nashville Symphony concerts, including the March 23 performance Guerrero Conducts the Violins of Hope, featuring music from Schindler's List. Fill out the form below for a chance to see the performance for free and more.
- Two Night Hotel Accommodations at Loews Vanderbilt Nashville (March 23-25, 2018)
- Two Tickets to the March 23 performance of Guerrero Conducts The Violins of Hope
- Star Card Attraction Pass – Good for two people to over 30 area attractions
- One Music City Gift Bag filled with Nashville branded merchandise
Don't want to chance missing this show? Get tickets.
Violins of Hope
Between now and the end of May, more than 25 local organizations are hosting events around Nashville to commemorate these remarkable instruments. See the schedule.
No Purchase Necessary. Must be 21 years or older to enter. Void where prohibited.
The sweepstakes ends March 8, 2018 at 11:59pm CT.
Read the official rules.
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