We’re still three months away from CMA Fest 2020 but we’re in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. After Tin Pan South, SXSW, Coachella and Stagecoach postponements and cancellations, CMA released a statement about this year’s festival in Nashville.
“CMA is first and foremost committed to the health and safety of our fans, artists and community,” they said in the statement. “We are continuously monitoring the very latest guidance from local, state and national authorities to carefully evaluate the spread of COVID-19. Additionally, we are regularly tracking travel advisories and restrictions, which currently do not include restrictions for any location in the United States.”
This year’s CMA Fest is set for June 4 through June 7 in Nashville. Currently, there is only one confirmed case in Davidson County. Although CMA Fest is scheduled to go on as of now, things could change depending on what happens in the coming weeks and months.
“As of today, CMA Fest will proceed as scheduled… We are taking appropriate steps to ensure festival grounds will be safe and comfortable for all attendees, including enhanced sanitation protocols and hygiene standards.”
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