Country songstress Lauren Alaina will take the stage at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s tenth annual Nightfall at the Hall concert.
Slated for Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 6 p.m. CT, the after-hours celebration will be held exclusively for the museum’s Troubadour members. This community of young leaders, ages 21 to 45, collaborate with other like-minded professionals to support their community as well as the museum.
A Grand Ole Opry member and multi-Platinum entertainer, Alaina has had multiple hit singles, including “Road Less Traveled,” “What Ifs” with fellow country artist Kane Brown, and “One Beer” with Hardy and Devin Dawson. The newly-signed Big Loud artist’s most recent album, Sitting Pretty on Top of the World, includes her singles “Getting Over Him” featuring Jon Pardi, as well as the Gold-certified “Getting Good.”
Prior to Alaina’s performance, student artist Ella Choi will perform “Blueberry Love,” a song she wrote with guidance from museum staff as part of the museum’s flagship educational program, Words & Music. Choi, an 11th-grader from Cleveland, Ohio, has participated in a variety of the museum’s songwriting programs since 2020.
Young professionals can become a Troubadour member between now and Sept. 12 at a discounted rate. For more information on how to become a Troubadour member, click here.