UMG Nashville returned to downtown Music City's Skydeck on Broadway Thursday for its free, four-day Music Is Universal event.

Thursday (6/8) saw performances by the likes of Jordan Davis, Kassi Ashton, Travis Denning and David Morris, while Friday brought out Dillion James, Josh Ross, Kylie Morgan, Mark Wills, Priscilla Block and Sam Williams to the stage.

Fans also enjoyed more fun surprises from Brothers Osborne, Caylee Hammack and Maddie & Tae on Saturday, as well as performances by Anne Wilson, Boy Named Banjo, Catie Offerman and Luke Grimes.

The event wrapped on Sunday (6/11) with a writer’s round from UMPG, including Adam James, Alison Veltz Cruz, Dillon James and Catie Offerman, plus sets from Dalton Dover and Jon Langston.

Shortly after Langston’s set, the country crooner—who is the first artist inked under Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Entertainment with EMI Records Nashville—was surprised with a plaque to commemorate the gold certification of “All Eyes on Us.” He’s set to join Bryan later this year for select dates of his Country On Tour.

Now if you’ll excuse us, we’ve got to practice our line dancing.

(l-r) UMGN EVP & COO Mike Harris, Luke Bryan, Jon Langston and KP Entertainment’s Kerri Edwards.

Josh Ross

Jordan Davis

David Morris

Priscilla Block

Brothers Osborne

Anne Wilson

Luke Grimes

(Photo Credit: Chris Hollo)