NSAI announced today that the 28th Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival will be returning once again and is set for Tuesday, March 24 through Saturday, March 28, 2020.
Known as the largest songwriters-only festival of its kind, the event will include nearly 100 shows, with songwriters ranging from newcomers to top hitmakers, filling venues throughout Nashville.
Each year, one round is selected to honor an additional purpose beyond supporting and celebrating the songwriters we all love, and that purpose is to benefit a local non-profit organization. For the 2019 festival, W.O. Smith Music School was chosen as the non-profit partner, and thanks to a sold-out crowd at the round featuring hit songwriters Barry Dean, Luke Laird, Lori McKenna and a few special guests, NSAI was proud to raise $2,000 to gift to the organization.
Additional festival information including the 2020 non-profit partner, performer submission period and ticket on-sale dates will be announced in the coming months.
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