The organisers of Nashville Meets London (NML) have announced they will offer free entry into the NML Music Festival to 100 Tennessee Fields ticket-holders daily.
The gesture comes after the Essex-based festival announced it would not go ahead in 2022.
NML Co-Founder, Peter Conway, shared: “There is a lot of talk about our country music community being a family. And as promoters, we are very saddened to learn about the demise of our great friend Georgie’s Tennessee Fields (TF) festival.
“We know the time, money, and energy Georgie has expended over the last few years in putting the festival on – thus a sad loss to the country festival calendar. 2022 is proving to be a tough year for all promoters.
“Thus, the NML team will be delighted to host a limited number of Tennessee Fields ticket holders (100 per night) free of charge to either one of our two-day festival (24/25 August) on a first-come basis.”
Interested parties can claim their NML ticket by submitting their name, point of contact, and proof of purchase (to Tennessee Fields) here.
The NML Music Festival will be held on August 24 and 25 at Trinity Buoy Wharf, East London.This year’s dynamic lineup includes Priscilla Block, Shy Carter, The Wandering Hearts, Candi Carpenter, Ruthie Collins, Manny Blu, Kyle Daniel, Sarah Darling, Essex County, Matt Hodges, Arbor North, and Tebey.
The festival will feature performances by 12 artists, with six sets scheduled for each day. Performances will be held between 4-11pm on both days. DJ Hish will perform in between sets, while Absolute Radio Country host, Matt Spracklen, will compere the event.
Unlike past years when the two-day music event was held on Saturday and Sunday, NML ’22 will be held during the evenings on Wednesday and Thursday night due to the venue’s availability and the promoter’s effort to not interfere with other surrounding events.
For more information about NML, visit www.NashvilleMeetsLondon.com, and follow the brand on Facebook(@NashvilleMeetsLondon), Twitter (@NashMeetsLondon), Instagram (@NashvilleMeetsLondon), and Spotify.