NAMM Announces Details of Music Industry Day

A unique opportunity to check out one of NAMM's exclusive, world-renowned music product events.

Nashville, TN (June 22, 2015) -- Summer NAMM Music Industry Day passes will be available for pickup in the Music City Center lobby on level 2, beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 11. Tickets are $10 in advance; $20 on the day of the event. All sales are final. The Summer NAMM Acoustic Nation Stage will feature Dustin Lynch, Tony Lucca, Louisa Wendorff and Sabrina Lentini.

What: Music Industry Day at Summer NAMM

Where: Nashville's Music City Center - 201 5th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203

When: Saturday July 11, 2015, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Cost: $10 advance price; $20 at the door – buy online and save!

Details: Music Industry Day offers musicians, audio pros and those who love music access to Summer NAMM at Nashville's Music City Center. This is a unique opportunity to check out one of NAMM's exclusive, world-renowned music product events. Network with industry leaders, meet other musicians, attend workshops, and demo gear from more than 1,000 music product brands.

Included in the ticket price is admission to the 32nd Annual American Eagle Awards at noon with performances by Rosanne Cash, Charley Pride, Jim Lauderdale, Jack Ingram and The Oak Ridge Boys.

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