Country Music Hall Of Fame And Ford Motor Company To Hold Community Day
January 31, 2011 at 7:41 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM in NASHVILLE has announced that they have partnered with FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND for the fourth consecutive year to say thank you to the MIDDLE TENNESSEE community by offering free Museum admission on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th. The Museum will be open from 9a to 5p (CT).
In addition to touring the exhibit galleries, visitors will be able to attend a variety of programs and events. These include a SONGWRITER SESSION, which will feature performances by songwriters KENT BLAZY and CORY BATTEN, at 11:30a (CT) in the MUSEUM’S FORD THEATER; a Musical Petting Zoo, which allows children a hands-on experience with a variety of musical instruments, from 11a to 3p (CT) in the SUNTRUST COMMUNITY ROOM; and a performance by a cappella group STREET CORNER SYMPHONY, finalists on NBC-TV’s THE SING-OFF, at 12:15p (CT) in the CURB CONSERVATORY. Following their performance, STREET CORNER SYMPHONY will sign autographs in the MUSEUM STORE.
JIM GRAHAM, manager FORD FUND, said, "FORD MOTOR COMPANY and the NASHVILLE area FORD DEALERS are looking forward to offering this exciting opportunity to enjoy the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM's premier educational experiences. This is our fourth consecutive year providing this experience, and the initiative is part of a long standing commitment to preserving and enhancing NASHVILLE's important contribution to AMERICAN history."
Check out more information at www.countrymusichalloffame.org.