With festivities beginning June 11, the CMA Music Festival is closer than you think. And fans will be clamoring for the opportunity to get up close and personal with a great lineup of artists at the free Daytime Stage at Riverfront Park concerts. Acknowledging the current economic climate, CMA is offering all four days of the Daytime Stage performances for free to the public. Fans can enjoy the music while relaxing on the sloping bank of the Cumberland River. The concerts are within easy walking distance of all the Festival event sites. The first performers to be announced for the Daytime Stage at Riverfront Park are listed below in alphabetical order:
Thursday, June 11: Bellamy Brothers, Diamond Rio, Neal McCoy, Heidi Newfield, James Otto, Randy Rogers Band, Ashton Shepherd, Phil Vassar, and Chuck Wicks.
Friday, June 12: John Anderson, Eric Church, Bucky Covington, “The Honky Tonk Tailgate Party” (featuring Trent Willmon, Jeff Bates, Mark Wills), Randy Houser, Oak Ridge Boys, Jamie O’Neal, Aaron Tippin, and Clay Walker.
Saturday, June 13: Bill Anderson, Keith Anderson, Tracy Byrd, Jason Michael Carroll, Emerson Drive, Lost Trailers, Jo Dee Messina, Lorrie Morgan, and Chris Young.
Sunday, June 14: Eli Young Band, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Gloriana, Josh Gracin, Jessica Harp, Joey & Rory, Joe Nichols, Collin Raye / Restless Heart, and Darryl Worley.
“The Daytime Stage at Riverfront Park is one of our most popular events at CMA Music Festival,” said Tammy Genovese, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “We have an outstanding lineup of performers, ranging from current radio favorites to beloved, legendary artists. It is a great place for families and individuals alike to come and hear great music.”
More artists will be announced soon. Artists and schedules are subject to change. Visit www.CMAfest.com for updated performance schedules.
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