If you love Country Music, there's only one place in the world to be June 8–11, 2023:
Nashville for the CMA Fest
CMA Fest 2023 Package Prices
See all of our CMA Music Festival package prices in one place. Pricing for different hotels, number of people, and ticket levels are compiled in one handy chart for easy comparison. Packages are for five nights (June 7 to June 12, 2023) or for four nights (June 8 to June 12, 2023) depending on your hotel choice.
CMA Fest Hotels for 2023
BlueShoe Nashville is proud to partner with some of the most desirable hotels in Nashville for the CMA Fest, including The Hermitage Hotel Downtown, the Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown, the Courtyard Marriott Downtown, the Home2 Suites by Hilton, & the Hampton Inn Capitol View. D
CMA Fest Tickets for 2023
Our CMA Fest 2023 tickets are full Festival passes, covering all four days and nights (June 8, 9. 10, 11, 2023) of the Festival. Choose from our inventory of Premium Club, Premium Lower Level, Floor Level, and Gold Circle Seating (reserved for packages at The Hermitage Hotel). Details of seating choices and a seating diagram are on our Tickets Page.
About BlueShoe & Nashville
The CMA Fest is dangerously addictive: you come once and you'll want to come again and again. The music is, of course, great and you get a lot of it—during the day and night and way into the wee hours of the morning. But what many people say who come to Nashville for the first time is how surprised they are by city itself—by the beauty of this town on the Cumberland River. The charming century-old red brick buildings on Lower Broad, the vibrancy of a culture that celebrates not only music, but also the visual arts and theatre, and the friendliness of its residents combine to make Nashville a city of unexpected delights. Here at BlueShoe we want to highlight why so many travelers are passionate about coming to Music City—and to help you make the most of your own visit here.
Established in 1998, BlueShoe Nashville is a cultural and historical travel guide to Nashville, Tennessee. It takes it name from the song by the Tennessean Carl Perkins, "Blue Suede Shoes." Both Perkins and a guy named Elvis made it a huge hit. It's that sort of song. Many years later, Marc Cohn cut a hauntingly beautiful song called "Walking in Memphis" that begins with a homage to those blue suede shoes.
When we were looking for a title for a different sort of travel guide (one with a focus on the musical heritage of Tennessee), Perkins' and Presley's renditions came to mind. A BlueShoe Traveler does the town in style, with imagination, curiosity, and discernment--making the discoveries that can turn even the most humdrum business excursion into a journey of revelation and delight.
1400 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37208