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2024 CMA Fest performers include Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan and more

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CMA Fest, country music’s longest-running festival, will return for its 51st year, taking place on multiple stages across downtown Nashville from June 6-June 9. This year’s CMA Fest will feature concerts at Nissan Stadium, Ascend Amphitheater and 10 stages throughout the four-day festival. Additional stage lineups and Fan Fair X activities inside the Music City Center (including meet and greets, merch and more) will also be announced soon.

This year, performances taking place at Nissan Stadium will be headlined by country music’s biggest superstars, including Kelsea Ballerini, Brothers Osborne, Luke Bryan, Jordan Davis, HARDY, Jelly Roll, Cody Johnson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ashley McBryde, Parker McCollum, Megan Moroney, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, The War And Treaty, Thomas Rhett, Keith Urban, Lainey Wilson and Bailey Zimmerman. Additional collaborations and performances will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Country Music Association announced on Wednesday, April 3 that artists including Lee Brice, Brett Young, Lady A’s Charles Kelley, Tracy Lawrence, Maddie & Tae and more are slated to take the Ascend Amphitheater stage. The three-night Ascend Amphitheater lineup includes a night of “Celebrating 60 Years of Curb Records,” “Brett Young and Friends” and “Tracy Lawrence and Friends.” Tickets to the Ascend Amphitheater shows will start at $15, and will be available to the general public beginning on Friday (April 5) at 10 a.m. CT, per the Country Music Association.

Outdoor stages are free to the public, and ticket options for stadium passes are available starting at 10 AM CT here. A portion of the ticket proceeds will aid the CMA Foundation in providing music education programs across the U.S.

Tickets for CMA Fest can be found – here.

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