Lineup announced, ticket info for the June event
Nearly 250 Superstars’ worth of #1 singles will grace the stage at Nissan Stadium June 8-11 for the Gold Jubilee Edition of CMA Fest.
Fans can access four-night stadium passes and various other ticketing options at CMAfest.com/tickets.
The Country Music Association’s ultimate Music City celebration is programmed with artists donating a portion of ticket sales to invest in music education programs across the United States through the CMA Foundation.
More ticket information:
- One night concert tickets at Nissan start at $85.70 per night.
- Fans can experience how the festival began 50 years ago at Fan Fair X at Music City Center, which will feature meet and greets, music, merchandise and more. Four-day and one-day tickets will be available for Fan Fair X.
- The Riverside Retreat, an exclusive Cumberland River destination, offers early entry to the Chevy Riverfront Stage, where attendance at the free daytime concerts often fills capacity. The retreat will feature shaded areas, spray stations, mobile device charging stations, discounts on select beverages, air-conditioned restrooms, garden games, exclusive online merchandise discounts and more. Four-day Riverside Retreat tickets are available.
“We are very excited to celebrate the 50th anniversary of CMA Fest this year,” said Sarah Trahern, CEO of CMA, in a press release.
“Much has changed since our early days of Fan Fair, but all these years later the heart of the festival remains that special bond between the fans and the artists.”
Announcements from talent playing across the four days on the five marquee stages located within a 5 mile radius of Lower Broadway include the following:
Jason Aldean, Jimmie Allen, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, Jordan Davis, HARDY, Tyler Hubbard, Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Ashley McBryde, Tim McGraw, Old Dominion, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Keith Urban and Lainey Wilson.
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In addition to performing on the main stage, this year the special Platform Stage returns at the center of Nissan Stadium, featuring Ashley Cooke, Dalton Dover, Megan Moroney, Ian Munsick, RVSHVD, Nate Smith, Alana Springsteen and Hailey Whitters.
Lauren Alaina, Cooper Alan, Ingrid Andress, Tenille Arts, Chayce Beckham, Priscilla Block, Danielle Bradbery, Tyler Braden, BRELAND, Ashley Cooke, Jackson Dean and Travis Denning will perform on the Chevy Riverfront Stage at the foot of Lower Broadway next to the Cumberland River , Madeline Edwards, Morgan Evans, Caylee Hammack, Corey Kent, Jon Langston, Maddie & Tae, Kameron Marlowe, Chase Matthew, Drake Milligan, Niko Moon, Kylie Morgan, Megan Moroney, Ian Munsick, Parmalee, MacKenzie Porter, Restless Road, Jameson Rodgers, Lily Rose, Runaway June, Dylan Scott, Elvie Shane, Conner Smith, Nate Smith, Matt Stell, Hailey Whitters, Lainey Wilson, and Warren Zeiders.
the dr Pepper Amp Stage at Ascend Park features A Thousand Horses, Avery Anna, Kassi Ashton, Rodney Atkins, Frankie Ballard, Blanco Brown, Craig Campbell, Mackenzie Carpenter, Callista Clark, Ashland Craft, Tyler Farr, Josh Gracin, Kidd G, Erin Kinsey, Love and Theft, Alexander Ludwig, Dylan Marlowe, Chrissy Metz, William Michael Morgan, David Nail, Jamie O’Neal, Frank Ray, Seaforth, Shenandoah, Caitlyn Smith, Alana Springsteen, The Frontmen, The Red Clay Strays, Pam Tillis, Uncle Kracker, Chancey Williams and Rita Wilson.
The Chevy Vibes Stage at Walk of Fame Park features Tyler Booth, Dillon Carmichael, Spencer Crandall, Adam Doleac, Dalton Dover, Hannah Ellis, Carter Faith, Ryan Griffin, Chapel Hart, Home Free, Kat & Alex, Halle Kearns and Tiera Kennedy , Brett Kissel, Ella Langley, Jerrod Niemann, Catie Offerman, Drew Parker, Meghan Patrick, Kimberly Perry, Shane Profitt, Tyler Rich, Josh Ross, RVSHVD, Dylan Schneider, Canaan Smith, Noah Thompson, Thompson Square, Kasey Tyndall, Georgia Webster , Mark Wills and Anne Wilson.
Story behind the song:“Baby Blue” by George Strait
Artist line-ups are subject to change. The outdoor daytime stages are free and open to the public. Additional stage lineups will be announced in the coming weeks, including for the Ascend Amphitheater and Fan Fair X activities at Music City Center
CMA Fest will be filmed again for an ABC television special this summer.
According to data from the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. last year’s CMA Fest generated an estimated $65.2 million in indirect visitor spend. That was an increase from the $64.9 million spent when the event was previously held in 2019.
Additionally, 875,407 hotel rooms were sold for the event in 2022, representing a 20% year-on-year growth. CMA Fest also helped push Nashville International Airport passenger numbers to over 1.8 million in June 2022.
“We are so grateful to be working with our amazing city partners to make the event a success year after year,” said Trahern. “Our attendees certainly come to CMA Fest for a packed four days of country music, but we know many use the festival as an opportunity to visit Nashville.”