Set for April 5-9, the festival will feature showcases from Nashville’s best and brightest songwriters across 10 of the cities top music venues. Legendary songwriters Bill Anderson, Bobby Bare and Wanda Jackson are set to perform, along with Steve Wariner, Clint Black, Kip Moore, Mickey Guyton, Anderson East, Charles Esten, Andrew Combs, Angaleena Presley, Jack Ingram, Jana Kramer, Kristian Bush, Lee Roy Parnell, Maggie Rose, Rhett Akins, Will Hoge and many more.
Passes to the festival are currently sold out, but fans can still buy tickets for each individual concert for $10-25 at the door. Pass holders will be given priority admission to shows held at 3rd & Lindsley, Blue Bar, The Bluebird Café, Commodore Grille, Douglas Corner Café, The Country, Hard Rock Café Nashville, The Listening Room Café, Station Inn and Whiskey Rhythm Saloon.
The event is produced annually by Nashville Songwriters Association International, and has become one of the most popular music festivals in the Music City. You can find out more information about ticketing and the festival at the official Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival website.