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AMERICANAFEST 2022 Mobile App Launches With Full Schedule

AMERICANAFEST 2022 Mobile App Launches With Full Schedule

// 8.3.22

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 3, 2022) —  As AMERICANAFEST nears, the festival unveils its full schedule with the launch of the 2022 mobile app, presented by Concord, ahead of the Sept. 13-17th conference in Nashville, TN. This year’s event will take place across 36 venues, showcasing more than 175 artists and bands, with nearly 300 events available for attendees.

Declared “the coolest music scene today” by The New York Times, the five-day festival and conference event will bring together award-winning legends, trailblazing mainstays and buzz-worthy new artists for its 22nd year, with the critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards show taking place on Sept. 14th at Music City’s famed Ryman Auditorium. (Tickets to the awards will be available for purchase by the public at a later date.)

New additions to the showcasing lineup include Adeem the ArtistBre KennedyFisk Jubilee SingersJosh Rouse, and Rev. Greg Spradlin and Bonnie Montgomery. Previously announced performers include 49 WinchesterAdia VictoriaAmerican AquariumAngel OlsenAsleep at the WheelBlack Opry RevueJaime WyattJames McMurtryThe Jerry Douglas BandJoshua Ray WalkerLeyla McCallaLori McKennaLukas Nelson & POTRMargo CilkerThe McCrary SistersMiko MarksMindy SmithMolly Tuttle & Golden HighwayNorth Mississippi AcousticOliver WoodRissi PalmerRob Ickes and Trey HensleyS.G. GoodmanSierra FerrellTim Kelly with Ruston KellyTown MountainTrousdale, and dozens more. 

For the full list of festival performers, download the AMERICANAFEST app, or view the lineup online here

This year’s 45+ AMERICANAFEST conference panels will touch on a variety of themes including artist interviews, an inside look at the music industry, embracing inclusion and striving for systemic change, and crafting a musical career. 

Highlights include: an in-depth career retrospective with the Indigo Girls and NPR Music’s Ann Powers; a discussion on the crucial role of quality data, with Kris Ahrend, CEO of The Mechanical Licensing Collective (The MLC); tutorials for artists on short form video best practices for Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and more; an exploration of label services and the artists these companies best serve; a look at how tools such as genealogy and musical storytelling can be used in entertainment and media to preserve history and build community in the face of rising censorship; using concept albums to re-map the past, present and future, with artists Leyla McCallaJake Blount and Kaia Kater; and a live taping of “American Songster Radio” hosted by GRAMMY winner and two-time EMMY nominee, Dom Flemons, with guest Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel.

The full AMERICANAFEST schedule is available on the mobile app or online here.

Download the app here: App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android).

2022 AMERICANAFEST Festival Passes are now on sale to the public at $175. Available online here, Festival Passes allow admission into all evening showcase venues and select sanctioned special events. Conference+Festival Passes are currently on sale at the rate of $399 for Americana Music Association Members/$499 for the public.

For more information and to purchase an AMERICANAFEST pass, visit

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The 22nd annual AMERICANAFEST will take place September 13-17, 2022 in Nashville, Tenn., once again bringing together music industry professionals and fans alike for five days of discovery, insight and connections. AMERICANAFEST showcases hundreds of artists and bands throughout many notable venues in Nashville, TN. The destination event also features a first-rate industry conference, bringing together the top tier of the music business to discuss current industry topics and issues. Musical festivities are kicked off by the critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards, which celebrates luminaries and welcomes the next generation of trailblazers while offering one-of-a-kind performance pairings at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium. For more information, please visit

About the Americana Music Association:
The Americana Music Association is a professional not-for-profit trade organization whose mission is to advocate for the authentic voice of American roots music around the world. The Association produces events throughout the year; including AMERICANAFEST and the critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards program. The Americana Music Association receives enormous support from the Tennessee Department of Tourism, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC.



For more information, artist press photos or to request media credentials, please contact:

Jackie Marushka | Marushka Media | 615.417.6500 | 
Americana Music Association | 615.386.6936 |