Nashville's Fan Fair 2002 has added a host of artists to its immense roster of previously announced talent. Alabama, Bill Anderson, David Ball, Tracy Byrd, Mark Chesnutt, Charlie Daniels, Montgomery G

Nashville's Fan Fair 2002 has added a host of artists to its immense roster of previously announced talent. Alabama, Bill Anderson, David Ball, Tracy Byrd, Mark Chesnutt, Charlie Daniels, Montgomery Gentry, Eric Heatherly, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Daniel Lee Martin, Jo Dee Messina, John Michael Montgomery, PinMonkey, Craig Morgan, Tim Rushlow, Sawyer Brown, Tommy Shane Steiner, Doug Stone, Bryan White, Wild Horses, and the Wilkinsons have joined this year's lineup for the festival, set for June 13-16.

In its second year in downtown Nashville, Fan Fair will offer fans more than 30 hours of concert performances, exhibits, autograph sessions, and other activities over the course of a four-day weekend.

Thursday-Sunday ticket packages, which run from $65 to $145, give fans access to shows at the two main venues, Adelphia Coliseum and Riverfront Park, as well as exhibits and autograph booths at the Nashville Convention Center, and shuttle transportation around the city. Separate tickets or admission fees are required for admittance to many satellite Fan Fair engagements, such as performances at the Grand Ole Opry.

As was the case with last year's festival, half of the net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to charities specified by the participating artists. For up-to-date information on tickets, schedules, and artist rosters, visit the official Fan Fair Web site.