Sony Music Nashville has partnered with Omni Hotel Nashville to offer artist appearances during CMA Music Festival, which runs June 8-11 in downtown Nashville. More than 10 artists, including Cam, LANCO, Seth Ennis, Levon, Kane Brown, Luke Combs and more, will make appearances at various Omni Nashville venues, including Bongo Java and Barlines, during the festival. For a complete list of Sony Music Nashville artist appearances throughout CMA Music Festival, visit sonymusicnashville.com.
“We’re very excited to be partnering with Sony Music Nashville for this year’s festival to create an unforgettable experience for our guests,” says Tod Roadarmel, Area Director of Sales and Marketing, Omni Nashville Hotel.
“There’s no more centralized hub during CMA Music Fest than the Omni Nashville Hotel, connected to the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum and across the street from Fan Fair Hall in Music City Center—so it became the perfect headquarters for Sony Music Nashville’s activations,” remarks EVP/Marketing & New Business John Zarling. “Our team worked hard with our friends at Omni to create unique fan experiences with our artists as a thank you for all of the support they show us throughout the year. The engagement from our artists and our partners will ensure unforgettable moments during this year’s Music Fest.”
Attendees of the Omni – Sony Music Nashville CMA Music Fest experience can enter to win a trip back to Nashville for a Brad Paisley & Friends Band Against Cancer℠ Opry concert event. Band Against Cancer℠ is a Brad Paisley and Sarah Cannon partnership that unites music and healthcare to help connect those touched by cancer with community-based treatment options and resources.
Throughout CMA Music Fest, the Sony Music Nashville radio channel will air in the Omni’s lobby, retail areas and Bongo Java. In guest rooms, the Sony Music Nashville video channel will air.
The Sony Music Nashville booth will be open 10 am to 6 pm, Thursday through Sunday, and will be positioned outside of Bongo Java, adjacent to the Omni Nashville lobby.
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