Josh Turner, Scotty McCreery, Love and Theft, Josh Thompson, Lauren Alaina, Craig Morgan, and Little Big Town will all take part in album and/or book signings at the Opry Originals Shop, located at Nashville’s 3rd Avenue and Broadway, during CMA Music Fest.
Numerous artists will no doubt be part of two additional Opry-related events that were recently announced: the City of Hope Celebrity Softball game slated for June 7 at 9 a.m., and the Opry at the Ryman matinee that will take place Saturday, June 7 at 3 p. m.
For more information, visit opry.com/cmafest
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Tracy Lawrence will launch the “Tracy Lawrence Street Party” during CMA Fest on June 4 in Nashville. Lawrence will perform at Losers Bar & Grill parking lot in Nashville for the free, open to the public concert starting at 6:00pm.
The concert will feature guest appearances as well as a headlining performance from Lawrence.
The entertainer recently reached the one million followers mark on Facebook. “I enjoy interacting with fans through social media,” Lawrence says. “We have built a great community online and I wanted to reward everyone with something special during CMA Fest this year.”
“Tracy reached a million Facebook followers by collaborating with our data-driven strategies about his fans to better communicate and embrace them,” says Jay Frank, Owner/CEO of DigMark. “By combining our methods with his great catalog of new and classic music, we’ve been able to reconnect Tracy with long time fans and establish new, younger fans as well.”
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Chuck Wicks is slated to join the Country Weekly Kick-Off Party Powered by NASH as a host and performer. The event, slated for June 3, will take place in its new location at Nashville’s Mercy Lounge (located at 1 Cannery Row). Wicks will join previously announced performers Kip Moore and Frankie Ballard. The concert will benefit Musicians On Call.
For more information, visit musiciansoncall.org.
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