Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum To Celebrate 50th Anniversary with $1.50 Admission Price April 1

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will celebrate its 50th anniversary on April 1, and is inviting everyone to the party with a special one-day ticket price of $1.50 for all guests — the same price as a ticket on the museum’s opening day back in 1967. 

Guests will enjoy musical performances and activities throughout the building, as well as refreshments prepared by museum executive chef Bobby Hammock and witness the reveal of a special 50th anniversary cake created by Dulce Desserts. In addition, the first 5,000 guests through the doors on April 1 will receive a complimentary Hatch Show Print commemorative poster of the occasion.

Among the planned activities for the day include a Songwriter Session featuring Sonny Curtis, a Poets and Prophets In-the-Round with Buzz Cason, Dallas Frazier, Dickey Lee, and Dan Penn, a film loop of highlights from the first 50 years of the County Music Hall of Fame and Museum (1967 – 2017), guitar and songwriting workshops in the Taylor Swift Education Center, and shows by Rory Hoffman in the Curb Conservatory. 

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