The Nashville Songwriter concert series returns to Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame stage this January

The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame is once again hosting live music! They just announced that their concert series, The Nashville Songwriter, will return on Thursday, January 21.

The series returns with Ryan Larkins, Frank Hurd, and Marisa McKaye.

Source: Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum

The concert series features professional songwriters based in Nashville, Tennessee, and welcomes both hitmakers and those still looking for their first hit. The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame created the series to highlight the stories and lives of musicians working to create the soundtrack of America.

Of course, holding a live music event right now will not look the same as it would pre-pandemic. The venue is following all local and state guidelines. Unlike the series’ previous show, the location will now take place in the Woodward Theatre with the Hall of Fame to all for more social distancing. There will only be 100 tickets available, which is less than 25% capacity of the room. Masks will be required and seating will be marked so attendees will be spaced out appropriately.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 each for general admission.

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