Nashville’s Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival To Be Rescheduled

The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) has rescheduled the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, which was to be held March 23–28 in Nashville. In light of the tornado damage Nashville suffered on March 3, as well as the coronavirus outbreak, the NSAI plans to postpone the festival until the summer.

More than 400 artists were scheduled to descend upon Nashville for the 28th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. During the six-day festival, 10 Nashville venues were to host 100 shows, featuring some of the industry’s best singer/songwriters, including Hayes Carll, Jamey Johnson, Allison Moorer, Mindy Smith and more.

For those who purchased Tin Pan South Fast Access Passes to the festival and/or registered for the Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar, the option to receive a refund or to transfer the passes or registration to the newly scheduled date will be available.

Nashville’s Tin Pan South Festival Postponed


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