The Music Center has been a project of passion for many of those who reside in Brown County, due to the loss of the beloved Little Nashville Opry to a fire in 2009. Many of the community’s leaders have played a role in getting the music center launched, which gives it the true spirit of Brown County.
Its focus is to be a center that brings joy to all who enter. Unique features such as a scenic forest background, a gallery for local artists, a family garden and a beer garden make the Brown County Music Center a place for everyone to enjoy themselves and a place for the community's people to shine. Brown County Music Center plans to give back to its community by locally sourcing as many resources as possible while also distributing the profits to The Brown County Community Foundation to be donated back to the community.
Gallery 200 invites you to spend time in our lobby, viewing our juried art exhibit. Gallery 200 is open to all artists who reside in Brown County. The gallery accepts all mediums of art, including 3D work. The art you see has been created within the last three years and is original. All work that is in our exhibit is for sale. If you are interested in purchasing one of the pieces of art, please get in touch with our Audience Services Manager, Andrea Swift-Hanlon, during the show and she will help you get the process started.