NASHVILLE (CelebrityAccess) — The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has pacted with Nashville-based concert promoter National Shows 2 (NS2) to bring nationally recognized touring acts to the CMA Theater.
The two companies hope to develop the 776-capacity theater into a key venue for touring artists visiting the market, and to expand the number and variety of musical events on offer at the venue.
“We already produce dozens of programs a year related to our exhibitions and our mission,” Museum CEO Kyle Young said in a statement reported by Music Row. “This partnership will only allow us to increase the number and variety of offerings that will find their way into our CMA Theater.”
The theater expects to release a full list of their upcoming shows for 2017 sometime this summer.
“I’m honored to partner with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to promote their CMA Theater,” Darin Lashinsky, CEO of NS2 said in a statement per Music Row. “Offering unique, curated concerts in this intimate venue maintains our combined mission of engaging Nashville’s locals and visitors alike with a diverse lineup of concerts.”