The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), in partnership with Regions Bank, has announced the lineup and released passes for Tin Pan South, taking place Tuesday, March 28, through Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Now in its 31st year, Tin Pan South will take place over ten stages across Music City, including 3rd & Lindsley, Analog at Hutton Hotel (stage presented by Musicnotes), The Bluebird Cafe (stage presented by Amazon Music), Commodore Grille, Cross-Eyed Critters Watering Hole (stage presented by Tennessee Entertainment Commission), Hard Rock Café Nashville, The Lounge at City Winery (stage presented by Recording Academy Songwriters & Composers Wing), The Listening Room (stage presented by Visit Music City), Live Oak and The Vinyl Lounge (stage presented by Nashville Scene).
The lineup is live on tinpansouth.com. Featuring everyone from Hall of Fame hitmakers to up-and-comers, over 400 songwriters are scheduled to perform.
Passes are $145 for NSAI members and $175 for the general public. There will be a cash line at every show for those looking to attend on an individual basis. Availability will be based on venue capacity and admission is not guaranteed.
ASCAP, BMI and SESAC will all be showcasing their writers on Tuesday night of the festival, and The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum returns with a show of legends on The Amazon Music Stage at The Bluebird Cafe. As previously announced, Austin’s award-winning listening room, The Saxon Pub, is participating in the festival this year as part of an exchange with The Bluebird Cafe and NSAI, and fans surely won’t want to miss the benefit show for The Store at 3rd and Lindsley on Friday.
Additionally, Tin Pan South has started a new partnership with Amazon Music, who has curated the shows at The Bluebird Cafe on March 29. The evening will feature Warner Music Nashville and Amazon Music Breakthrough Artist to Watch, Madeline Edwards, performing with Grammy-nominated songwriter Laura Veltz and other special guest collaborators.
“We’re delighted to work with NSAI to present an incredible evening of music this year, and to be able to curate a lineup of talented songwriters and artists for the iconic Bluebird Cafe stage,” says James Duffett-Smith, Director, Content Acquisition and Global Head of Music Publishing, Amazon Music.
NSAI Executive Director Bart Herbison adds, “NSAI is excited to work with Amazon Music for Tin Pan South and is pleased to explore possibilities such as this to benefit the songwriters we serve.”
Passes for Tin Pan South 2023 are available for purchase here.
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