|Location||417 Fourth Avenue North|
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
|Opened||October 7, 1962|
|Owner||Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tennessee|
|Operator||Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tennessee|
|Construction cost||$5 million dollars|
The Nashville Municipal Auditorium (NMA) (informally known locally as Municipal Auditorium, or simply Municipal) is an indoor sports and concert venue in Nashville, Tennessee. Constructed in 1962, the Auditorium was the first public assembly facility in the Mid-South with air-conditioning.
The hockey teams that played there included: