The after-hours celebration is held exclusively each year for the museum’s Troubadour members, a community of young leaders aged 21 to 45 who collaborate with other like-minded professionals in supporting their community and the museum.
Dasher released her debut EP, The Half Record, earlier this year, which includes the autobiographical song “You’re Gonna Love Me.” She was also named a member of CMT’s Next Women of Country, class of 2021.
Prior to Dasher’s performance, student artist Jazmine Croom will perform a song she wrote with museum staff, “Let’s Go With The Flow.” A Metro Nashville Public Schools student, Croom has participated in a variety of museum songwriting programs since 2019.
Nightfall at the Hall admission is a benefit of Troubadour membership. Young professionals can become a Troubadour member between now and Dec. 14, 2021, at a discounted rate of $5 off an individual Troubadour membership and $10 off a dual membership.
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