CMA Music Festival is set for June 7-10. Shows take place at various venues in Nashville including Riverfront Park and the Nashville Convention Center, with nightly concerts held at LP Field.
The newly announced additions to the nightly concert series are Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert, Alan Jackson, Scotty McCreery and Blake Shelton.
Previously announced performers include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Faith Hill, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts and Zac Brown Band. More artists will be announced in the coming weeks.
Founded in 1972 as Fan Fair, the festival features autograph signings and family activities along with all of the great music.
Acts who play CMA Music Festival perform for free, and in turn, CMA donates half the net proceeds to support music education through the Keep The Music Playing program. The festival has donated more than $6.1 million to purchase musical instruments and supplies for thousands of students in metro Nashville public schools. The total includes a $1 million endowment gift for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Words & Music programs.
For the ninth consecutive year in a row the festival will be filmed for a national TV special to air on ABC.
Ticket prices are based on the level of seating at LP Field for the nightly concerts. Gold circle, floor, lower level premium, lower level, club level premium and club level tickets are already sold out. Upper level: reserved tickets are available for $135; upper level: east tickets and upper level: west tickets are $125. The prices do not include handling fees.
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