Kings of Leon will headline an evening concert for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Music and Fan Festival on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
The event will air live on various digital channels, including SI.com, time.com, people.com, ew.com, instyle.com, and The Daily Cut, beginning at 7 p.m. ET.
In addition to the Kings of Leon performance, an array of live music will be hosted at “Swimville” on Nashville’s Famous Lower Broadway on Feb. 11-12.
The two-day festival will feature music from Chris Young, Chris Stapleton, Will Hoge, A Thousand Horses, Holly Williams, Nikki Lane, firekid, Sugar & The Hi-Lows, Moon Taxi, Rayland Baxter, The Ettes, The Weeks, and more.
All “Swimville” events will be free and open to the public including all of the musical performances.
The schedule of performances is as follows:
11:15 a.m.-Will Hoge
12:15 p.m.-Nikki Lane
1:15 p.m.-Sugar & The Hi-Lows
2:15 p.m.-Chris Stapleton
3:15 p.m.-Holly Williams
4:15 p.m.-Moon Taxi
12:15 p.m.-A Thousand Horses
1:15 p.m.-Rayland Baxter
2:15 p.m.-The Ettes
3:15 p.m.-Chris Young
4:15 p.m.-The Weeks
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