ARTISTS ANOUNCED FOR FREE CONCERTS ON THE BUD LIGHT STAGE


ARTISTS ANOUNCED FOR FREE CONCERTS ON
THE BUD LIGHT STAGE AT BRIDGESTONE ARENA PLAZA DURING 2013 CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL
JUNE 6-9 IN NASHVILLE


Country Artist Robin
Meade of HLN’s “Morning Express with Robin Meade” Announced the Lineup Via CMA’s
Social Networks

NASHVILLE
– With more than 40 artists confirmed, the Bud Light Stage at Bridgestone Arena
Plaza will be rockin’ with back-to-back daily concerts during the 2013 CMA Music
Festival,
Thursday-Sunday, June 6-9, in downtown Nashville.   

Free and
open to the public, the Bud Light Stage lineups kick-off on
Thursday, June
6 at 10:30 AM/CT
featuring crowd favorites and up-and-comers entertaining fans
each day until
5:00 PM/CT.   

“The location of the Bud Light Stage
is perfectly situated to provide a place to discover new talent and reconnect
with well-known hitmakers,” said
Steve Moore, CMA Chief Executive
Officer. “This stage was one of our most popular destinations in 2012 and I’m
expecting the same level of enthusiasm and attendance again this year.”

Artists
performing on the Bud Light Stage at the Bridgestone Arena Plaza include:
Lauren Alaina; Dean Alexander;
Katie Armiger;
Frankie Ballard; Kelleigh Bannen;
Big Smo;
Bucky Covington; Dailey & Vincent;
Sarah Darling; Emerson Drive; Rose Falcon; Andy Gibson; JT Hodges;
Chris Janson; Angie
Johnson; Krystal Keith; LoCash Cowboys; Robin Meade; Randy Montana; David Lee
Murphy; Parmalee; Mac Powell; Michael Ray;
Chase Rice; Canaan
Smith; Joanna Smith; Chris Stapleton; Steel Magnolia; Pam Tillis
with Lorrie Morgan;
James Wesley; Chuck Wicks;
and Drake White.

With 11
stages and many free lifestyle exhibits to explore throughout the Festival footprint
in Nashville, CMA Music Festival is a great, family-friendly entertainment value.
The concerts at the Bud Light Stage are fun in the sun and within easy walking
distance of all the Festival event sites, including the all-new AT&T® U-verse®
Fan Fair X (FFX) with autograph signings, concerts, lifestyle exhibits, marketplace,
live broadcasts, demonstrations and more in the brand new, state-of-the-art Music City Center.

It all
kicks off
Thursday, June 6 with “Lady A Day at FFX” featuring
Lady Antebellum performing, signing autographs, and cutting the ribbon
when Fan Fair X officially opens to fans. Fan Fair X is free to four-day ticket
holders, but tickets to this exciting new attraction are available to fans for
$10 a day or $25 for four days
Thursday through Sunday, June 6-9, with children
12 and younger admitted for free. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster at
Ticketmaster.com or the CMA Music Festival Box Office by calling 1-800-CMA-FEST
(262-3378) (price includes handling fees). Visit
CMAfest.com for details.  

Fans can
stay in the loop by visiting
CMAfest.com, the official website of CMA Music
Festival, where they can sign up for the CMA Exclusive e-news. Fans can also connect
with CMA at
Facebook.com/CMA, Twitter.com/CountryMusic, Pinterest.com/CMAworld, and Instagram.com/CMA_Country_Music_Association.

“If
You See Something, Say Something” at CMA Music Festival

At CMA Music Festival, the safety of our attendees, artists, staff, and
volunteers is of utmost importance. Therefore, CMA will be utilizing the “If
You See Something, Say Something” program from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

“If You
See Something, Say Something” is a simple and effective program to raise public
awareness of indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, and to emphasize
the importance of reporting suspicious activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities. 

All of
those in attendance at CMA Music Festival are asked to be vigilant in reporting
suspicious behavior and situations (e.g., an unattended backpack in a public place
or someone trying to break into a restricted area).

If suspicious activity
is suspected, attendees are encouraged to text
ALERT (space) and the
LOCATION of the suspicious activity to 66937. There will also
be a special Festival law enforcement phone number posted throughout the event
area for attendees to call to report suspicious activity.

Factors such as
race, ethnicity, national origin, or religious affiliation alone are not suspicious.
For that reason, the public should report only suspicious behavior and situations
(e.g., an unattended backpack in a public place or someone trying to break into
a restricted area) rather than beliefs, thoughts, ideas, expressions, associations,
or speech unrelated to terrorism or other criminal activity.

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