Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley to Play Nashville’s Tin Pan South
Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley are both used to performing for crowds of thousands of fans but the pair are about to return to the early days of their respective careers, playing to a much smaller, more intimate audience. Both performers are among the impressive lineup for Nashville's annual Tin Pan South, a multi-venue, five-night festival in Music City spotlighting songwriters of all genres.
Luke will perform on the event's opening night, Tuesday, March 27, at the Hard Rock Cafe, while Dierks plays for Tin Pan South attendees at the Hard Rock stage the following night.
Now in its 20th year, Tin Pan South is sponsored by the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), and gives of hundreds of singer-songwriters the chance to take various stages throughout the event to perform their own tunes, many of which have become hits for themselves or other artists.
In addition to Luke and Dierks, Tin Pan South performers include Josh Turner, Darryl Worley, John Oates, Luke Laird ('Mama's Song,' 'A Little Bit Stronger'), Heidi Newfield, Lee Roy Parnell, Marcus Hummon ('Bless the Broken Road,' 'Cowboy Take Me Away'), Gary Burr ('Watch Me,' 'To Be Loved By You') and Brett James ('Blessed,' 'Cowboy Casanova').
Fast Access Passes are on sale now, with general tickets going on sale March 20. For more information, or to see a complete Tin Pan South schedule, click here.
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