CMA Music Festival Sells Out For 3rd Consecutive Year

Brad Paisley was presented with CMA's International Achievement Award during the press conference at yesterday's (6/7) LP Field Show. Pictured (L-R): Steve Moore, Brad Paisley, Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Gary Overton. Photo: Alan Mayor

This 2012 CMA Music Festival has sold out of all available seats for the Nightly Concerts at LP Field for all four nights (June 7-10), marking the third consecutive year to achieve the feat.

Final numbers, which include attendance in all areas of the Festival, will be released on Monday, June 11.

Production re-evaluated the needs of its crew to see if any additional seats are available to be freed up and made available for purchase. Interested fans can check Ticketmaster to see if any additional tickets have been added.


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