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CMA FEST CANCELED

The Country Music Association’s CMA Fest will not take place in 2020.

Organizers reported, “As the world is still greatly affected by the spread of COVID-19, we cannot in good conscience risk the health and well-being of our fans, artists, staff and Country Music community.”

In a letter to Country Music Association members, CEO Sarah Trahern wrote, “Please know the decision was not made overnight. Our team has been relentless in working through every scenario on behalf of our industry and fans. But after careful deliberation, and in following the latest guidance from national, state and local authorities, we felt it was time to start looking ahead to 2021.”

The event was scheduled for 6/4-7 in downtown Nashville.

Passes purchased for this year’s event can be used for CMA Fest 2021. Refund will be provided upon request.

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