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Dogwood Performance Pavilion

30 E Broad St, Cookeville, United States
Performance & Event Venue



Dogwood Performance Pavilion is an outdoor venue for theatre, concerts and community events.    Dogwood Performance Pavilion is located in beautiful and shady Dogwood Park behind the Performing Arts Center in Cookeville Tennessee.  Shakespeare in the Park (Tennessee Recreation & Parks Association BEST PROGRAM Award, 2006), Third Thursday in the Park Free Concert Series, Cookeville Community Concert Band concerts, Jazz in Cookeville, Bryan Symphony Orchestra concerts, and a variety of events take place in Dogwood Park.  Past performers on the Dogwood Performance Pavilion stage include: The Old Crow Medicine Show; Blue Mother Tupelo; Sierra Hull, The New Familiars, The Cluster Pluckers; The Peasall Sisters, Brian Ashley Jones; Monte Montgomery; The Gypsy Hombres; Liz Johnson; Howling Brothers; BadaBingBadaBoom; Victor Mecyssne; Amy Wadkins; The Silver Wings Air Force Band, Sean McCullough and Evergreen Street; Lori Mechem, Rebecca Sayre, Jeff Hall, Rod McGaha, Annie Sellick, San Rafeal, Kristine Mylls, and many others.  The Pavilion may be rented for events with the CPAC Staff.  Call (931)528-1313 for more information or to book the Pavilion.


Shakespeare in the Park presents Much Ado About Nothing directed by Kimberly Frick-Welker costume design by Anthony Herd FREE FAMILY EVENT! Concessions available. Amphitheatre seating or bring a lawn chair/blanket Access to public restrooms available at all events in the park Shakespeare in the Park is presented by: The Cookeville Department of Leisure Services, Cultural Arts Division and the Cookeville Performing Arts Center For more information call: 931-528-1313

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