Reba McIntyre heads up Spotify’s all-star line-up built to showcase 50 years of CMA Fest. The Spotify House will be returning to its annual gathering in Nashville this week to take over her lower one of Broadway’s most popular restaurants and bars.
Look for McIntyre, Billy Carrington, Craig Morgan, and Kimberly Perry to take the stage at the Spotify House at Ole Red, Blake Shelton’s bar in downtown Nashville. Each artist will perform the CMA Fest 50th Anniversary Set starting at 3:30pm. McIntyre is thrilled with it!
“I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of CMA Fest, or what I still call Fan Faire, than with the guys at the Spotify House,” she told Taste of Country. “We’re going to sing some of your favorites, and since it’s such a special anniversary, we’re going to include something new.”
2023 Spotify House at CMA Fest Lineup:
June 8: Billy Carrington
June 9: Reba McIntyre
June 10: Craig Morgan
June 11: Kimberly Perry (ex-The Band Perry)
The Spotify House opens at 11am on June 8th. All shows are open to the public, but on a first-come, first-served basis. Also keep an eye out for the Fresh Finds stage, dedicated to up-and-coming country talent. Mae Estes, Logan Crosby, Lauren Watkins and Sam Barber are among the artists slated to hit the stage in 2023.
CMA Fest began as a fan fair in 1972, but quickly grew beyond the small arena it held to become a multi-day festival. In 2004, Funfair was rebranded as his CMA Fest, and in the weeks that followed he began airing highlights on ABC.
Related: See the Full 2023 CMA Fest Lineup, Main Stage Performers
As usual, the list of artists performing on the main stage (Nissan Stadium) each night includes country music superstars.
50 of CMA Fest’s most unforgettable on-stage collaborations
For 50 years, CMA Fest has been for fans. What started as a fan fair has evolved into country music taking Nashville by storm for several days. And the artists are coming to play! Over the years, there have been some major collaborations on stage that have captivated and wowed audiences. From onstage performances of studio collaborations to unexpected out-of-genre guests and everything in between.