Hot Nights at the Hall


CMA Fest is rapidly approaching! There is no shortage of events taking place in Nashville throughout the entire week of CMA Fest. One not to miss event will take place on Tuesday, June 4 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum at 8:00 p.m. Ashley Monroe will kick off the third-annual summer concert series – Hot Nights at the Hall. 

Access to the concert can be purchased by becoming a Museum member at the door for $30 or ahead of time by visiting or calling (615) 291-8419.  The evening will also feature food, a cash bar and exclusive access to the Museum’s galleries after-hours for a sneak peak of the new exhibit Carrie Underwood: The Blown Away Tour!  

Museum members will also enjoy Hot Nights at the Hall concerts by Sarah Darling on July 19 and Craig Campbell on August 9 and free unlimited admission and access to all of the programs for a year. readers will recieve a special $10 discount off the price of membership by entering coupon code 3HOTNIGHTS upon checkout by visiting, or mentioning the code when calling (615) 291-8419 or at the door.  

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum truly needs your support, so the music and its legacy can live on! Click here to check out all the events going on during CMA Fest week at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

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