News And Notes
May 12

Hot Nights at the Hall Concert Series Returns to Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

David Nail photo courtesy of UMG Nashville.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Hot Nights at the Hall summer concert series for museum members will return June 5. David Nail, Jana Kramer and Love and Theft will headline the three concerts, which will feature live music, food, autographs and exclusive access to the museum and Museum Store.

Hot Nights at the Hall is free to all museum members. Membership at the museum begins at $40 and includes admission to all three concert events as well as a year of free admission to the museum and much more. To purchase a membership, call (615) 291-8419 or at

“Our members are a vital part of our museum family, and their contributions directly support our mission,”  Museum Director Kyle Young said. “We created Hot Nights at the Hall last year as a way to say ‘thank you’ to the members we have, and to encourage others to join us by providing them with a really great value and yet another benefit to museum membership.  We’re excited to bring the series back this summer and again offer members old and new a chance to hear some great music, meet the performers, and enjoy our exhibits after hours.”

David Nail will kick off the series on June 5. Jana Kramer will play the series on July 13 and Love and Theft will close the summer series with a performance on August 31. The event begins at 6 p.m. with the concerts taking place at 7 p.m., followed by autograph sessions. Hot Nights at the Hall is made possible by contributions from the Metro Nashville Arts Commission and the Tennessee Arts Commission, with additional support from SunTrust, Music City Tents & Events, RJ Young and Sysco Nashville.


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