Music fans from over 34 states and three countries will be making their way to the Nashville area July 29-31 for the Lifest Music City festival to be held at the legendary Hideaway Farm, previously owned by country music great Johnny Cash. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee said the event will be an important economic boost to the region.
"We're excited to welcome Lifest Music City to Tennessee this summer," said Gov. Lee. "It's an honor to welcome visitors from across the country for an event that will showcase Tennessee's rich musical heritage, boost tourism and support Middle Tennessee's thriving economy."
Life Promotions is host of the 3-day festival featuring artists such as Newsboys United, Michael W. Smith, Skillet, Matthew West, Joe Nichols, Mandisa, Lecrae, I AM THEY, Sidewalk Prophets, and many others. This family-friendly event will mark Hideaway Farm's first music festival and will benefit Dignity Revolution, a movement supporting mental health and wellness which educates youth to overcome bullying and stand up for the value of every person.
Bob Lenz, founder of Life Promotions, says they are expecting between 5,000 and 7,000 people at the event.
"We are thrilled to be bringing this event to the Middle Tennessee area," says Lenz. "We just had another successful Lifest in Wisconsin with over 27,000 people in attendance each day. It is our aim to make this an annual event in the Nashville area just as the Wisconsin one has been for over 23 years."
Camping will be available for the duration of the festival, as well as food vendors, marketplace shops, and activities for children. Visit lifest.com/music-city for ticket information.
About Life Promotions:
Life Promotions is a nonprofit organization focused on instilling hope in today's youth. Founder and Chief Visionary Officer, Bob Lenz, is featured each year as a keynote speaker at Lifest, and speaks year-round in public schools, conferences, community outreaches, and other events. Visit www.lifepromotions.org for more information.