John Cusack’s Nashville Show Postponed


John Cusack was scheduled to be in Nashville for a live conversation and audience Q&A on July 31, 2019, at Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Polk Theater.

Due to John’s filming schedule, the engagement originally scheduled for July 31 has been moved to Saturday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. and relocated to War Memorial Auditorium.

TPAC sent out a notice to ticket holders advising of the change.  All ticket holders will be issued new tickets that are comparable to the seats originally purchased in Andrew Jackson Hall. New tickets will be issued automatically in the same manner that you received your original tickets. An order confirmation will be sent via email with the new ticket details. Anyone who purchased tickets in person at the TPAC Box Office will receive their replacement tickets in the mail.

About the Show 

With four decades’ worth of roles in more than 70 films, Cusack will share stories from his career, answer audience questions, and give a behind-the-scenes look into his breakout role as Lloyd Dobler in “Say Anything”, following a screening of the iconic 1989 film.

“Say Anything” made a star out of Cusack, who went on to success in multiple films including “High Fidelity,” “Grosse Point Blank,” and “Being John Malkovich,” among others. Now fans will have the unique and rare opportunity to experience a moderated conversation with him answering audience questions. A limited number of VIP seats will be available, which include a post-show photo opportunity.


  1. I was supposed to see the Kansas City stop on this tour this Saturday (08/03) and it too was postponed as was most of the tour. Filming schedule?? Nice excuse, but I would bet my paycheck that it is due to the bad press Mr. Cusack has gotten of late due to the anti-Semitic Tweet he sent out and then retracted last month and the stink it caused. This is not the first time that these sentiments have come to light on John’s social media (Google it) As a Jew, I would love to have the mic in KC and ask him why this is all coming to light NOW. Now, I just feel creepy having a ticket for this show, as much as I have admired Cusack’s work in the past. “Filming schedule”…Sure, yeah, that’s it…

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