Fashion Show & Concert Event to Raise Awareness and Funds for Musicians On Call

Nashville, TN—CMA Music Fest would not be the same without the Country Weekly Fashion Show & Concert. Now in its third year, the event will take place at noon on June 10 at the Wildhorse Saloon on 2 Avenue in Nashville. Artists and Sponsors to be announced soon!

“The Country Weekly Fashion Show is our way of kicking off CMA Music Festival week—in style,” says Larry Holden, Country Weekly editor in chief. “As the show unfolds onstage, attendees will feel like they’re watching an issue of Country Weekly come to life. Glitz and glamour, with some of your favorite stars and newcomers, too, plus outrageous antics and intimate acoustic performances—it’s all a part of the show! And, best of all, this special event raises much-needed funds for Musicians On Call’s Nashville chapter.”

“Musicians On Call’s campaign to bring music straight to the bedsides of patients in hospitals would not be able to expand in Nashville without the support of Country Weekly and the artists who participate in the Fashion Show,” says Katy Brown, program director of Musicians On Call in Nashville. “It’s an exciting night of style made even more special by performances from the artists. The impact of this event has a profound effect throughout the rest of the year improving the health and spirits of thousands of patients one song and one bed at a time.”

Special VIP tickets in the front-row areas and prime runway seating area will go on sale Wednesday, April 1, at 10am CT. A limited number of $125 Runway tickets and $50 Reserved tickets near the runway will be available. You can also purchase a table in “Music Row,” which is a row of premium tables behind the runway seats. These tables are $750 and include 8 seats, name recognition from the stage, appetizers from the Wildhorse Saloon and two buckets of domestic beer (8 beers).

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