Nashville – Country’s music capital – is the site of the 2013 CMA Music Festival. Country music fans can gather to watch their favorite artists perform, meet their idols, and experience four days of non-stop entertainment June 6 – 9. CMA Music Festival tickets are in such high demand that they’ve sold out each year since 2010. Four-day passes are still available for 2013 and start at $323 (300 level). For $100 more you can land a seat in the 100 level.
This year’s lineup includes: Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Gary Allan, Kelly Clarkson, Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, and Dierks Bentley. The greatest benefit of the festival is you can catch Country’s best all in one place. Many of the artists are currently on tour or will be on tour later this year.
Check out the chart below to see how much it would cost you (on average) to see each artist in concert:
|Country Artist(s)||Avg. Price|
|Florida Georgia Line||$100.94|
|Kenny Chesney with Eric Church||$149.21|
|Maroon 5 with Kelly Clarkson||$227.57|
|Zac Brown Band||$154.66|
The average price of a Country music artists concert is $171. With that, you get to see one (maybe two or three with opening acts) artist at each show. At the CMA Music Festival you’ll enjoy multiple music stages filled with new artists and legends for about twice the cost of one artist’s concert.
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