CMA Fest Reveals Additional Performers During Star-Studded Event In Nashville, June 6-9


Longest-Running Country Music Festival in the World to Feature More than 300 Acts Throughout Four Days and Nights

Variety of Ticket Options Available in Limited Quantity

The countdown is less than a month away! The Country Music Association has revealed additional performances and appearances across multiple stages during CMA Fest, taking place Thursday through Sunday, June 6 – 9 in downtown Nashville, adding to the hundreds of artists previously announced.

Terri Clark, Craig Morgan, Josh Turner and Gretchen Wilson will open the nightly concerts at Nissan Stadium with Old Dominion also added to the main stage. Fans will also enjoy special performances inside the stadium from Shaboozey, Brittney Spencer and Jackson Dean, while the venue’s Platform Stage will feature Tanner Adell, Chapel Hart, Dasha, Wyatt Flores, Dylan Gossett, Dylan Marlowe, Puddin (K. Michelle) and Zach Top. Reyna Roberts will kick off Thursday night at Nissan Stadium performing the national anthem.

Additional acts will take stages across the festival footprint, including Sophia Scott performing the national anthem at the Chevy Riverfront Stage, as well as sets by The Chattahoochies, Julia Cole, Allie Colleen, Shelby Darrall, Exile, Sister Hazel, Chris Housman, Willie Jones, Tiera Kennedy, Dylan Marlowe, Matt Schuster, Love and Theft and Louie TheSinger. Gretchen Wilson will take the CMA Close Up Stage inside Fan Fair X for a Q&A to celebrate 20 years of her hit single “Redneck Woman.” On the Spotlight Stage inside Fan Fair X, Color Me Country will host a writer’s round featuring Alyssia Dominguez, O.N.E The Duo, David Unlayao and Michael B. Whit, while the Canadian Country Music Association will present a writer’s round featuring Robert Adam, Zach McPhee and Trudy. CMA Fest also welcomes Country Proud back to the Hard Rock Stage for a second year, featuring performances from Denitia, The Kentucky Gentlemen, Sonia Leigh, Gina Venier and Julie Williams. Download the to view all CMA Fest stage lineups.

A variety of CMA Fest ticket options are still available in limited numbers. Four-Night Stadium Passes are currently on sale, with single night tickets for the nightly concerts at Nissan Stadium also available, starting at $84 per night. Fan Fair X single day ($10, Friday through Sunday only) and four-day ($25) tickets can be purchased now. Four-day tickets for Riverside Retreat, an exclusive destination offering early admission to the Chevy Riverfront Stage, are available for $360. And while Friday and Saturday nights at Ascend Amphitheater are sold out, lawn and pit seats are still available for Thursday night’s concert. Visit to view all available ticket options.

All artist lineups are subject to change. Artists performing at CMA Fest donate their time so a portion of proceeds can directly benefit high-quality music education initiatives across the United States through the CMA Foundation.

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Brand new official CMA Fest merch items available for pre-order at and through the Official CMA Connect App. The last day to purchase online and receive in time for CMA Fest is May 20. Fans will also be able to purchase merchandise at multiple locations across the CMA Fest footprint in June.

About CMA Fest

The Ultimate Country Music Fan Experience™ began in 1972 as Fan Fair®, which drew 5,000 fans to Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium. The legendary festival has become the city’s signature Country Music event that hosts tens of thousands of fans from all 50 states and 39 international countries. CMA Fest is a one-of-a-kind festival with hundreds of artists donating their time to perform so proceeds can directly benefit high-quality music programs across the country through the CMA Foundation. This is the 20th consecutive year CMA has produced a summer music program to be broadcast as a network television special on ABC.

About the CMA Foundation

The Country Music Association established the CMA Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), in 2011 to leverage strategic partnerships, professional development for qualified music teachers, and grant distribution to improve and withstand equitable music education programs for all students nationwide. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, the CMA Foundation focuses on providing sustainability, advocacy, and accountability within music education by investing in various resources for students, schools, and communities.