Lightning 100, Nashville’s independent radio station, has announced the return of Live On The Green after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Slated for Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1-5, this year’s event will take place at Nashville’s Public Square Park.
“In 2020, we turned to our Nashville listeners to help Save Our Airwaves,” shares Lester Turner, President of Tuned in Broadcasting, Lightning 100 and the Executive Producer of Live On The Green. “We were humbled by the way the community stepped up to keep the music playing on Nashville’s Independent Radio… Lightning 100 celebrates all things local, delivering on our commitment to serve our community–which includes presenting Live On The Green as a free, multi-day festival again in 2022.”
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Among the first acts added to the 2022 lineup are Moon Taxi, The Shindellas and LadyCouch, as announced exclusively on 100.1 FM yesterday (June 15). The full lineup and schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.
Live on the Green will continue to be free and open to the public with five-day premium packages available for purchase, including Reserved Seating, Lightning 100 Lounge, or VIP Plaza. These upgrades will be available beginning Friday, June 17 at 10 a.m. CT.
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