Music City's Fan Fair Grows
More artists have been added to the immense list of performers for Nashville's annual Fan Fair.More artists have been added to the immense list of performers for Nashville's annual Fan Fair, set for this June 13-16.
The stages at downtown Nashville's Riverfront Park will now be graced with performances by Rodney Crowell, Hal Ketchum, the Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Dale Watson, and more, alongside the festival's previously announced talent. The Riverfront Park shows, which will complement the headlining shows at the Adelphia Coliseum, will be expanded to all four days of this year's festival, with more than 40 artists on two stages.
A number of the Riverfront Park performances will be presented under the umbrella of three themed showcases -- the Bluegrass Show, the Best of Texas show, and Billy Block's Western Beat Show -- while record label groups will fill other timeslots with artist showcases.
The self-proclaimed "world's biggest country music festival" is in its 31st annual incarnation, and ticket packages for the Thursday-Sunday event run from $65 to $145. For more information including schedules and up-to-date artist rosters, visit the official Fan Fair Web site.