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CMA Music Festival Single Night Tickets Available April 17

Posted by Amanda Duckworth on 04/13/2010

The premier summertime event in Nashville is the CMA Music Festival.  Now fans can join in the party with single night tickets for the Nightly Concerts.

Tickets will be sold for general admission for $30 starting April 17.  Fans can purchase tickets by calling 1-800-CMA-FEST, by ordering on-line at, by using charge-by-phone at 1-800-745-3000 or by purchasing tickets at any Ticketmaster outlet.

"The single night ticket for the Nightly Concerts during CMA Music Festival is the best entertainment value around," said Steve Moore, CMA Chairman of the Board. "But at this price, we predict quantities may not last long. Fans interested in attending a great night of music at such an amazing value should consider purchasing their tickets now."

The CMA Music Festival will be held June 10-13 at LP Field in Nashville.  Some of the biggest names in Country Music will take the stage to take part in one of Country Music’s largest summer blowouts!

The line-up so far is as follows:

  • Thursday, June 10:Jason Aldean, Danny Gokey, Alan Jackson, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, and Carrie Underwood.
  • Friday, June 11:  Reba McEntire, Josh Turner, Keith Urban, and Zac Brown Band.
  • Saturday, June 12:Easton Corbin, Billy Currington, Randy Houser, Martina McBride, and Rascal Flatts.
  • Sunday, June 13:Trace Adkins, Justin Moore, Brad Paisley, Kellie Pickler, Darius Rucker, and Blake Shelton.

Miranda Lambert, who will perform on Friday night during the event, is the newest addition to the star-studded line-up.  This will be Lambert’s seventh-consecutive appearance at the CMA Music Festival since making her debut in 2004.

In addition to experiencing some of Country Music’s most talented musicians and most skilled entertainers, concert-goers are also helping to provide Nashville’s 75,000 schooled children with music program and instruments.  CMA has donated $3.3 million dollars to schools around Nashville to help “Keep the Music Playing” and encouraging music education.  The program was founded in 2005.