Each year, CMA festival-goers pack into Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for Marty Stuart’s annual Late Night Jam. The event, which usually runs into the early morning hours, attracts some of the genre’s biggest and fastest-rising stars.
This year, Stuart has recruited hitmakers Maren Morris and Brothers Osborne for the June 8 concert. Dan Auerbach of rock band the Black Keys will also join in on the festivities, along with Chuck Mead and the Grassy Knoll Boys, Steve Riley and Doug Kershaw, William and Ree, JD McPherson and The Isaacs. Additional performers are expected to be announced in the coming weeks, and don’t be surprised if a few more surprise guests show up to jam out.
Last year’s sold out event featured performances from Eric Church and Chris Stapleton, just a few months before he became a household name. If you’re going to be in town for this year’s CMA Fest, you can still snag tickets to Marty Stuart’s Late Night Jam for $35 and $45 while they last.