CMA Fest Concert Special, Here Are All The Details!

CMA Fest Concert Special-Here Are All The Details!

There will be a CMA Fest concert special, recorded at the CMA Fest, formerly known as Fan Fair. Here are all the details so country music fan and followers won’t miss the action!

ABC Will Air The Special Tuesday, June 25

The Country Music Association has just announced that “CMA Fest” will be hitting your screens on Tuesday, June 25 at 8/7c on ABC-and if you miss it, don’t worry!

You can catch all the action the next day on Hulu-this three-hour primetime concert special, hosted by Jelly Roll and Ashley McBryde, was filmed in Nashville during the 51st CMA Fest.

Get ready to witness never-before-seen performances and unexpected collaborations from the most exciting acts in Country Music.; stay tuned for the big reveal of the incredible lineup.

“CMA Fest” is brought to you by the talented team at the Country Music Association, with Robert Deaton as the executive producer and writer, and Alan Carter as the director.

This year, 2024, marks the 21st consecutive year that CMA has brought us this sensational summer concert TV special; performers will be revealed soon, so watch for updates.

CML News: The History Of CMA Fest

The Fan Fair® started in 1972, drawing 5,000 fans to Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium, and soon moved to a new location known as Opryland, now the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. Fan Fair was founded by three sisters who were Loretta Lynn’s fan club presidents, Loudilla, Loretta and Kay Johnson through their fan club organization IFCO, or International Fan Club Organization.

Now known as the CMA Fest, it brings together tens of thousands of fans from all over the world to enjoy performances by hundreds of artists, all for a good cause. CMA Fest is a special festival where artists volunteer to perform, raising funds for music programs with the CMA Foundation.

What Is The CMA Foundation?

Founded in 2011, the CMA Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization chartered by the Country Music Association. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, the foundation’s primary goal is to strengthen music education programs across the nation.

Through strategic partnerships, professional development opportunities for qualified music teachers, and the distribution of grants, the CMA Foundation aims to ensure that all students have access to high-quality music education.

By investing in resources and advocating for sustainability, the foundation plays a vital role in fostering music education for students, schools, and communities. The CMA Foundation strives to make a positive and lasting impact.

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