Nashville’s Camp NASH Concert Will Support U.S. Army Special Forces Community

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Cumulus Media and Fontanel have announced Camp NASH, a country music festival scheduled for Memorial Day, May 30, at the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel. The event will benefit The Special Forces Charitable Trust, which provides meaningful financial support, programs and services to the United States Army Special Forces (Green Beret) community and their families.

Doors open at 11 a.m. with full concert performances by Big & Rich, Thompson Square, Parmalee, Chuck Wicks (who is emceeing the event), RaeLynn, and Breaking Southwest, from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tickets are $29 general admission and $39 reserved, with all ticket proceeds going directly to The Special Forces Charitable Trust. Tickets go on sale March 19. The event is presented by Love’s Travel Stops and Nationwide Express.

Camp NASH’s national media partner is America’s Morning Show, syndicated by Westwood One and heard weekday mornings on country radio stations across the country. Nashville media partners include 95.5 NASH Icon, NASH FM 103.3, 99.7 Super Talk, 104.5 the Zone, and 92Q.

“When we first began discussions with Fontanel about partnering for a Memorial Day country music festival to benefit SFCT, everyone at Cumulus Media was immediately on board and Camp NASH was born,” said Tommy Page, Senior Vice President, Brand Partnerships and NASH, for Cumulus Media. ”Our ability to reach a broad base of listeners nationwide and in Middle Tennessee through our popular Nashville radio stations and NASH country programming will allow us to build great awareness of the event. We will heavily promote Camp NASH to attract country music lovers for a day of great music and fun, while honoring the Special Forces Community and their families, and supporting a most worthy cause.”


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