The Americana Music Association has announced its final round of showcasing acts for the 2021 Americanafest, running Sept. 22-25 in Nashville.
New additions to the complete lineup of 200+ acts include The Brother Brothers, Hayes Carll, Carlene Carter, Wu Fei & Abigail Washburn, Matthew Fowler, The Georgia Thunderbolts, Granville Automatic, Avi Kaplan, Ashley Ray, Amy Speace, Kamara Thomas, Paul Thorn and more.
The first day of festivities will be capped by the Americana Honors & Awards, which celebrates Americana luminaries and welcomes the next generation of trailblazers while offering one-of-a-kind performance pairings at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
On Wednesday evening, patrons can also choose to stop by “Anthony da Costa’s Second Annual FOMO Party” which features performances at Nashville’s Brooklyn Bowl. Meanwhile, for those who enjoy the revolutionary sounds of the ‘70s, Americanafest’s “Power to the Music: The Songs of 1971” brings together Americana artists on Friday, Sept. 24 at The Basement East to salute emblematic artists of that year. The tribute will be hosted by Tim Jones of Whiskey Wolves of the West.
On Monday, event organizers shared a statement announcing that patrons for every Americanafest-produced event and the Americana Honors & Awards must present proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours in order to access a venue.
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