Carrie Underwood, Trace Adkins, Sara Evans and Taylor Swift are among the acts that have been previously announced as performers during the LP Field stadium shows at June's CMA Music Festival. But with single-day tickets about to go on sale Saturday, the exact dates of those individual performances across the event's four-day run is only now becoming clearer.See Also:
Sugarland, for example, is pegged for the first night, June 5, while subsequent concerts will include Faith Hill (June 6), Alan Jackson (June 7) and two artists returning after a lengthy absence — Dwight Yoakam, making his first appearance in 20 years; Randy Travis, back after 10 years away — appearing on the closing night (June 8).
Single-day concert tickets are priced at $40 and $30. In addition, tickets for the exhibit hall — in which artists sign autographs and take photos with fans — are being made available on a daily basis for the first time, for $20.
The complete lineup for the stadium shows has not yet been announced. Following are the artists who've been confirmed thus far, and the nights they'll be featured:
• June 5: Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Montgomery Gentry, Jewel, Kellie Pickler
For more information, visit www.CMAfest.com.
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