The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), in partnership with Regions Bank is pleased to announce dates for the 30th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. The festival is scheduled to take place in Nashville, Tuesday, March 29th through Saturday, April 2, 2022 in Music City’s most popular venues spread throughout town. Each venue will host two shows per night showcasing hundreds of songwriters from Nashville and beyond. Tin Pan South is one of Nashville’s most revered and highly anticipated events of the year and the 2022 festival will be no exception! It will feature performances from a diverse array of exceptional musical talent spanning multiple genres, and the entire week will be filled with a variety of unforgettable events and networking opportunities for established songwriters and rising artists alike.
6:00pm – Daniel Kim Ethridge, Tammy Rogers, Brenna Wheeler, Eli Wheeler | $15
Doors open at 5:30pm
Additional details available at TinPanSouth.com.
Since its inception, the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, the largest songwriter’s festival in the world, has offered audiences a platform to discover rising songwriters and watch songwriting legends in their element. Every genre is well represented; some of the artists who have graced the stage in the past include Art Garfunkel, Carole King, Donna Summer, Josh Osborne, Lamont Dozier, Lori McKenna, RaeLynn, and Thomas Rhett.
To access a Tin Pan South show, you must either have a Fast Access Pass, Single-Show Ticket, or cash to pay at the door. When you arrive at the venue, you will see that there are two lines, one for Fast Access Passholders/Single-Show Ticketholders, and one for Cash. Once doors open for the event, the Pass/Ticket line will be admitted first, followed by the cash line until the venue reaches capacity.
Please note, having a Fast Access Pass or Single-Show Ticket does not guarantee admission. Once a venue reaches full capacity, no additional attendees can enter until people leave the venue.
If you are interested in attending both shows that night at the same venue, be aware that after the first show, you will have to exit the venue and line back up to re-enter for the second show. No one is allowed to remain in the venue between shows as each venue needs to clear and reset the space.