Like most music-centric festivals, the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI)’s annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival will transition to a virtual event this year, slated for Oct. 20-24, 2020. For the first time in the festival’s 27-year history, its shows will be free to experience, with a link available to donate to NSAI to help support their work on behalf of songwriters.
“Although the team behind Tin Pan South will miss holding the festival in our beloved partner venues in Nashville this year, we are taking this opportunity to embrace and welcome songwriters from all around the nation—many of whom may not have had the ability to participate in the in-person event—and are taking on a regional approach in order to highlight songwriters from all across the country,” said Jennifer Turnbow, festival director and Senior Director of Operations at NSAI.
The festival, held by NSAI in partnership with Regions Bank, will premiere rounds of performances simultaneously each evening to keep with the festival vibe, with each night highlighting a different region.
For additional information and upcoming announcements about performers, visit tinpansouth.com.
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