The 2018 CMA Music Festival just got a whole lot bigger with the addition of more than 70 new acts taking to the many stages set up across Music City. Taking place in downtown Nashville from June 7-10, this year’s four-day festival will include performances from many of country music’s brightest new acts.
One of the 11 stages will be the Maui Jim Broadway Stage, located at the Hard Rock Café, which will entertain fans from 10:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. daily. Acts taking the stage include Adam Craig, Ray Fulcher, Trea Landon, Drew Parker, Faren Rachels, Payton Smith, 17 Memphis, Ryan Beaver, Logan Brill, Brennley Brown, Austin Burke, Davisson Brothers Band, Travis Denning, Jeffrey East, Hannah Ellis, FILMORE, Noah Guthrie, Levi Hummon, Brett Kissel, Tegan Marie, Josh Mirenda, Hudson Moore, Hayley Orrantia, Meghan Patrick, Stephanie Quayle, Jordan Rager, Brandon Ray, Restless Road, Tyler Rich, Adam Sanders, Scooter Brown Band, Kalie Shorr, Natalie Stovall, Sweet Tea Trio, Temecula Road, Mitchell Tenpenny, The Last Bandoleros, Tyminski and Carter Winter.
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In addition to the Hard Rock stage, the Nashville Acoustic Corner Stage will feature performances daily from 11:00 a.m.- 4:40 p.m. Located within the NCVC Visitor Center at Bridgestone Arena, the stage will feature the following acts: Thursday’s performances are presented by ASCAP and feature Max Camp, Hannah Dasher, Austin Jenckes, Parker McKay, Steven Lee Olsen, Riley Roth, Steel Union, Matt Stell, TRAVLRS, and Sarah Allison Turner, while Friday’s performances are presented by SESAC and feature Spencer Crandall, Ben Danaher, Erin Enderlin, Livy Jeanne, Jordyn Mallory, Tom O’Connor, Jake Rose, Seaforth, SZLACHETKA, and Jenny Tolman. Saturday and Sunday’s performances include Baylou, Craig Wayne Boyd, Lewis Brice, Emily Brooke, Kenton Bryant, Dallas Caroline, Ruthie Collins, Dalton & the Sheriffs, Sarah Darling, Haley & Michaels, Halfway to Hazard, Lucas Hoge, House Whiskey, Madison Kozak, Kendell Marvel, Ian Munsick, Ray Scott, George Shingleton, Sons of Daughters and Tara Thompson.
Each of the stages, as well as any other outdoor daytime stage, will be free and open to the public.
Keep up with the latest coming out of the CMA by downloading the official CMA Fest app, or keep up with CMAFest.com. Expect additional stage lineups to be announced soon.