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    Sam Hunt’s The Nashional 2018 Music Festival is Canceled

    Sam Hunt‘s inaugural The Nashional 2018 has been canceled. The news came Tuesday on the festival’s website.

    On Tuesday, the Nashional took to their website to share the news with fans and ticket holders.

    “Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Nashional Music Festival at Bi-Centennial Capitol Mall is cancelled. Although disappointed to share this news, we hope to find a future date to continue the prospect of a multi-genre, inclusive festival for the City of Nashville. Refunds are available at point of purchase.”

    The big news of the festival first came from Hunt’s social media accounts. According to the YouTube video preview, the festival was set to be “a unique two-day event that highlights the inclusive, diverse, and genre-blurring landscape of music today. Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park will be home to this inaugural event and will feature an experiential environment for fans to enjoy.”

    The Nashional 2018 was set for April 20 – April 21 with Hunt set to headline both nights! In the spirit of diverse music, there’s a pretty eclectic lineup that includes Nashville’s own Judah and the Lion, Fetty Wap and Brothers Osborne. LANY, Kyle, LANCO, Quinn XCII, Chelsea Cutler, Ernest K. and Muscadine Bloodline are also on the bill.

    Stay tuned for more information as we have it.

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