Songwriters from around the world will visit Music City June 1-3 for the Nashville Songwriters Festival on Music Row.
More than 400 emerging songwriters will take the stage along Demonbreun from noon-midnight Friday-Sunday at venues such as Dan McGuinness, Red Rooster, Tin Roof, Otter's Chicken & Brew, and First Citizen's Bank.
The Best Western Music Row will host music industry booths and training sessions from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday. Attendees can receive hands-on advice, critiques and training on topics such as the craft of songwriting, recording techniques, publishing, song plugging, contracts, product development, audio podcast development, video production, management, and publicity. Festival registration is $150 for three days, $110 for two days, and $60 for one day. The general public can enjoy three days of live music with a $20 armband.
To register or for more information about the "Nashville Songwriters Festival on Music Row", visit www.songwritersfestival.org, send an email inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (615) 424-1491.