Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Offers Free Admission For Tennessee Community
January 30, 2012 at 7:59 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM has partnered with FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND for the fifth consecutive year to thank the MIDDLE TENNESSEE community, by offering free museum admission on SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4th from 9a to 5p (CT).
Visitors will also be able to attend a variety of programs including a demonstration by the HATCH SHOW PRINT staff, a musical petting zoo, a songwriter session with ERIN ENDERLIN and JIM “MOOSE” BROWN, along with a concert by WARNER MUSIC NASHVILLE artist HUNTER HAYES. There will also be an autograph signing by the OAK RIDGE BOYS.
FORD FUND Manager JIM GRAHAM said, “FORD MOTOR COMPANY and the NASHVILLE AREA FORD DEALERS are looking forward to once again offering this exciting opportunity to enjoy the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM’s premier educational experiences. This is our fifth consecutive year providing this experience, and the initiative is part of a long standing commitment to preserving and enhancing MIDDLE TENNESSEE’s important contribution to AMERICAN history.”
For more info visit www.countrymusichalloffame.org.