NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — WKRN’s Neil Orne takes you through the Gibson tour bus.
An estimated 80,000 people will visit the 44th Annual CMA Music Festival various stages and venues throughout the four day event. Highlighted by concerts from country music’s biggest stars, the weekend will be full of events across Lower Broadway.
The AT&T U-verse Fan Fair X is where fans can “truly live the Ultimate Country Music Fan Experience.” It will held in the Music City Center and include artist interactions, celebrity Q&A sessions and autographs, as well as shopping, games, crafts and more.
The biggest names in country music are set to take the stage at LP Field all weekend long, including Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Carried Underwood, Luke Bryan, and more. Other artists will also perform at the riverfront as well as smaller stages across downtown Nashville.
Officials began closing roads in downtown Nashville for the festival on Saturday, June 6. Most are expected to remain closed until Monday, June 15.