The Country Music Association has announced additional performers hitting the stage during the 49th edition of CMA Fest, taking place in downtown Nashville from June 9-12.
Alan Jackson will no longer be performing at this year’s festival. However, Brothers Osborne and Old Dominion will take the Nissan Stadium main stage with opening acts Deana Carter, Sara Evans, Everette, Randy Houser, Angie K, Kylie Morgan and Shenandoah.
New to this year’s lineup, CMA Fest will host performances from the special Platform Stage in the center of Nissan Stadium. Featured performers on the inaugural stage will include Priscilla Block, Madeline Edwards, Kat & Alex, Maddie & Tae, Frank Ray, Lily Rose, and Dylan Scott. Additionally, Brittney Spencer will welcome the Nissan Stadium crowd on Thursday night as she performs the National Anthem.
Russell Dickerson will kick off the CMA Close Up Stage on Thursday as the Artist of the Day at Fan Fair X. Additional acts that have been added to the CMA Fest lineup include Ryan Charles, Brooke Eden, Mae Estes and Ella Langley. Eden will also kick off the Chevy Riverfront Stage on Thursday morning performing the National Anthem.
While four-day passes and single night tickets for the nightly concerts at Nissan Stadium are nearly sold out, fans can still purchase tickets to the Nighttime Concerts at Ascend Amphitheater, the new Riverside Retreat premium destination along the Cumberland River, and Fan Fair X inside Music City Center.
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