Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, officially became the state’s largest city in 2017, with an estimated metropolitan population of 1.9 million. Dell, Nissan, GM Motors, Bridgestone, UBS Financial Services, HCA, Community Health Services, Lyft, Google, and Microsoft have all moved some operations to or near the city. The New York Times gave Nashville the moniker of the "it" city, and the overall progressive and loving environment, along with the diverse $100 billion economy consisting of health care, music, tech, and automotive industries, have made people want to visit and live here. Middle Tennessee has four distinct seasons with relatively mild winters and warm summers. Downtown Nashville features a diverse assortment of entertainment, dining, cultural, and architectural attractions. Nashville is known as “Music City” and is the 2nd biggest music production center (after NYC) in the country. Nashville has many famous attractions including Broadway, Music Row, the Nashville Zoo, Opryland, the Ryman Auditorium, Ascend Amphitheater, the Belcourt Theatre, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Parthenon, and the Tennessee State Museum. The city hosts many major annual events such as the Tennessee State Fair, Nashville Film Festival, and the CMA Music Festival. Nashville has several professional sports teams, including the Tennessee Titans (NFL) and the Nashville Predators (NHL), with a MLS team coming soon.