Ready for a songwriters round in your living room?
Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival kicks off next Tuesday, and as you might expect, it's looking a little different in 2020.
This year's Tin Pan South is completely virtual — and free. More than 75 performers are set to appear via video streams during the festival's October 20-24 run.
The lineup includes Jimmie Allen, Carly Pearce, Josh Osborne, Lori McKenna, Shane McAnally, Dylan LeBlanc, Liz Rose, John Paul White, Trevor Rosen, Matthew Ramsey, ERNEST, Meghan Kabir, JT Harding, Uncle Kracker, Victoria Shaw, SHAED and Rob Snyder.
They'll perform in groups of two to four, with multiple rounds premiering each night at 7 and 8 p.m. CT. You'll also be able to replay any shows you've missed for the next 24 hours.
The festival is presented by Nashville Songwriters Association International, and it serves as the organization's largest fundraising event. In lieu of admission, donations can be made to the organization via PayPal.
Tin Pan South is traditionally held in the spring, and this year's event was among the first U.S. music festivals to be postponed due to coronavirus concerns.
For a full schedule and more information, visit www.tinpansouth.com.