This year’s Tin Pan shows were held virtually due to the pandemic, and the 2021 event has been pushed back to Fall instead of its usual Spring timeframe. Additional news on the 2021 festival will be released in the coming weeks.
“With the support and encouragement from Regions Bank, our other incredible partners, and the songwriters and organizations that participated, we were thrilled to keep the spirit of Tin Pan South alive in a virtual format,” said Jennifer Turnbow, Festival Director. “While the 2021 festival will once again take place in the fall instead of the usual March/April timeframe, we are very excited about the prospect of being back in the local venues next year! We hope that in 2022, we can regain complete normalcy and hold our 30th-anniversary festival in the Spring.”
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