Sam Hunt’s Nashional Music Festival Canceled

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Sam Hunt entertains the crowd at the Country Rising Benefit Concert at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville Nov. 12.

Sam Hunt’s Nashional Music Festival, set for April 19-20 in downtown Nashville, has been called off.

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Nashional Music Festival at Bicentennial 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,” a statement posted to the festival’s website said.

The celebration was supposed to feature a blend of different genres, including country, folk, rock and even rap. Judah & The Lion, Brothers Osborne,

Sam Hunt fans will still get the chance to see the country star, as he’s heading out on tour with Luke Bryan starting May 31 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Hunt toured extensively throughout 2017. He played sold-out shows around the country, including Cincinnati’s Riverbend Music Center, which sold 20,390 tickets and grossed $701128; MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Fla., selling 19,813 tickets and grossing $776,843; and the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Ill., moving 28,020 tickets and raking in more than $1 million.