The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), in partnership with Regions Bank for the 13th consecutive year, announced additional details surrounding the 28th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. Taking place March 24th through the 28th, 2020, this year’s festival will not only feature performances from a diverse array of musical talent spanning across different genres, but the entire week will be filled with a variety of events for established songwriters as well as rising stars! Get TICKETS Here.
The festival’s Fast Access Passes on sale today. Prices for the 2020 Fast Access Passes are as follows:
$160 – General Public
$135 – NSAI Members
$120 – Attendees of the Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar
This year, Tin Pan South’s extensive lineup will not only include 5 nights of back-to-back shows in 10 venues, but daytime programming at the Country Music Hall of Fame Thursday – Saturday, an NSAI open house, a Whiskey Jam takeover, the first annual Member Awards presented by Regions Bank, and one of NSAI’s premier educational events, Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar!
Since its inception, the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival has offered audiences a platform to discover up-and-coming songwriters and watch legends at work. Past festivals have featured stellar performances by Lori McKenna, Thomas Rhett, RaeLynn, Josh Osborne, and many more.
On March 5th, Tin Pan will unveil this year’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum programming (which will take place each afternoon from March 26th to the 28th), as well as open up reservations for the series. The festival will also reveal the lineup for the Whiskey Jam takeover.
March 23rd – Tin Pan South will kick off the 2020 festival with a Whiskey Jam takeover, giving attendees a taste of what to expect for the upcoming week.
March 23rd-24th – Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar offering an opportunity to learn from over a dozen industry professionals (including several songwriters who will be performing later in the week during the festival!)
March 25th -NSAI will host an Open House at its location on Music Row from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
March 26th – In an invitation-only event, NSAI will hold its first Member Awards (presented by Regions Bank). First-year honors include awards voted by NSAI’s global membership and select honorees recognized by NSAI staff members.
March 26th-28th – Afternoon programming at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum beginning at 2:00pm each day.
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