CMA Music Festival gives us a fine surprise by bringing its hit showcase from last year, namely “Introducing Nashville Tour” out in the international grounds once again. This time the tour will be traveling all the way to New Zealand, Australia, and Japan.
The artists on the tour include Abby Anderson, Niko Moon, Cassadee Pope, and Mitchell Tenpenny. So get your CMA fest Nashville passes
and get ready for the showcase too.
What Will Happen In This Tour?
Last year, it featured artists like Danielle Bradbery, Brandy Clark, Devin Dawson, Travis Denning, Lindsay Ell, Walker Hayes, Lauren Jenkins, Logan Mize, Tenille Townes, and Rachel Wammack. Talking about their personal and career experiences and melting their audience's hearts with their splendid songs.
The highly anticipated 2020 international tour will not disappoint this time either. Just like the Nashville run – that is taking place from Thursday, June 4 to Sunday, June 7 at Nissan Stadium, Nashville – the tour features Nashville artists performing their greatest hits, sharing their experiences, inspirations, and impressions of their career as well as personal life.
People who like going to the CMA Festival
should really check out this tour as well. You can get them now if you haven’t bought them already!
This tour supports the CMA Music Festival’s mission to expand country music all across the globe. It’s the second time CMA is providing a stage to local artists who will perform in front of their international fans.
CMA’s "Introducing Nashville Tour" Dates & Venues:
The tour takes place on the following 5 dates in the Pacific Rim in March:
- 23 March: Brisbane, Australia, The Old Museum
- 24 March: Melbourne, Australia, The Thornbury Theatre
- 25 March: Sydney, Australia, The Factory Theatre
- 28 March: Auckland, New Zealand, The Tuning Fork
- 30 March: Tokyo, Japan, Blue Note Tokyo
There are also some other dates rumored in March that will take Nashville Artists around Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Glasgow, and Dublin. In these days, Anderson will perform alongside Eric Paslay, and Tenille Townes.