Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Inks Exclusive Promoter Deal For CMA Theater

CMA Theater.

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum has entered into an agreement with Nashville-based concert promotion company National Shows 2 (NS2) to book national touring acts into the museum’s CMA Theater, aiming to establish the CMA Theater as one of Nashville’s most desirable music venues for artists and concertgoers. A complete lineup of shows for 2017 will be announced this summer.

“We already produce dozens of programs a year related to our exhibitions and our mission,” said Museum CEO Kyle Young. “This partnership will only allow us to increase the number and variety of offerings that will find their way into our CMA Theater.”

“I’m honored to partner with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to promote their CMA Theater,” said Darin Lashinsky, CEO of NS2. “Offering unique, curated concerts in this intimate venue maintains our combined mission of engaging Nashville’s locals and visitors alike with a diverse lineup of concerts.”

Tickets to all shows at the CMA Theater will be sold at the theater box office on 5th Avenue South, inside the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and through the venue’s website, CMATheater.com. The CMA Theater and the museum’s Ford Theater will continue to be available for private shows and corporate event bookings.

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