'The Troubador Society' Membership Launches at Country Music Hall Of Fame
September 21, 2012 at 11:45 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM (CMHOF) in NASHVILLE has launched a new membership level for young professionals this week.
The membership, called “The Troubadour Society,” was developed to encourage young professionals who value the mission of the CMHOF to get involved with the organization and partake in various activities, concerts, and events that occur at the MUSEUM.
The price of “The Troubadour Society” membership is $60 and include benefits such as free unlimited admission to the Museum for one year, private invitations to exclusive events and artist appearances, advance ticket purchasing opportunities for large events such as KEITH URBAN’s annual “WE’RE ALL FOR THE HALL” fundraising concert, and discounts at the MUSEUM STORE, TWO TWENTY-TWO GRILL AND CATERING and HATCH SHOW PRINT RETAIL.
On TUESDAY (9/18) the CMHOF launched the membership with a party of over 440 of NASHVILLE’s young professionals. Also in attendance were EMI NASHVILLE artist ERIC PASLAY and BIG MACHINE RECORDS group EDENS EDGE who performed that evening and donated items to the Museum’s permanent archival collection.
For information on the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM and the various memberships that are available, visit www.CountryMusicHallOf Fame.org