Country Music Hall Of Fame To Offer Free Admission On 10th Ford Community Day

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will offer free museum admission this Sunday (Dec. 16) in partnership with Ford Motor Company for the museum’s 10th Ford Community Day, headlined by Runaway June. The day will also feature Songwriter Sessions with Pat Alger and Jamie Floyd and a Musician Spotlight with Dom Flemons.

In an effort to thank the middle Tennessee community and country music fans for their support, the Museum will offer free admission from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday as well as free tours of Hatch Show Print and Historic RCA Studio B, special discounts on merchandise and memberships, and a variety of programs and events for all ages.

“As a non-profit organization and one of the leading arts institutions in the United States, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum makes it a priority to give back to the local community,” said Steve Turner, chairman of the museum’s board of officers and trustees. “Each year, the Ford Motor Company Fund generously allows the museum to open its doors for free to the public. We are grateful for their support and excited to make the museum available to our community for what is sure to be a memorable day.”

“The Middle Tennessee Ford Dealers along with Ford Motor Company Fund look forward to again offering the opportunity to enjoy the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s premier educational experiences at no cost,” said John Barker, Owner, Two Rivers Ford. “Ford’s ties to country music run deep. Henry Ford launched many of his early models at fiddling competitions across the U.S., knowing that country music and the stories behind it were strongly connected to the everyday American. As a long-time partner of the Hall, the Ford Motor Company Fund is proud to support Ford Community Day as it allows us to honor our traditions of supporting music and giving back to our community.”


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