Passes for AmericanaFest 2021 are on sale now. As previously announced, the conference, held by the Americana Music Association, is returning on September 22-25, 2021 after having to cancel in 2020 due to the pandemic.
The conference will be held all week at the Westin Nashville. The three nights of music discovery showcases start on Thursday September 23 in addition to many daytime special events hosted by friends and supporters of AmericanaFest throughout the week.
The Americana Music Association’s critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards ceremony will once again serve as the hallmark event of the week on Wednesday, September 22 at the Ryman Auditorium.
“We’re beyond elated to once again be able to celebrate with our incredible community in Music City,” says Jed Hilly, executive director of the Americana Music Association. “As we prioritize having a safe and positive event for everyone involved, we’re looking forward to bringing back exciting music discovery, industry insight and plenty of networking opportunities that our attendees have come to enjoy over the last two decades.”
Artists interested in showcasing at this year’s festival can apply now through April 30. The first programming announcement for this year’s festival will be revealed later in the summer.
At this time, in accordance with current Metro Nashville and recommended CDC guidelines, the event’s organizers are releasing a limited amount of passes for sale to help ensure the safety and wellbeing of attendees. In addition to local and national safety guidelines, they will also be following each respective venue’s COVID-19 safety protocol for the week of AmericanaFest. The AMA will continue to monitor the situation as the event date approaches.
Conference/Festival Passes and Festival Passes are on sale now. Tickets for the awards ceremony will be on sale at a later date. The Conference/Festival Pass is currently priced at $349 and $249 for Americana Music Association members. Fans who are just interested in the nighttime showcases and select special events, can purchase a Festival Pass instead, currently priced at $175. These pass rates expire after June 28.
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