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CMA Fest canceled, but Fan Fair will go on as scheduled

Nashville, TN - According to Music Row insiders, CMA Fest has been officially canceled for 2020, but Fan Fair will go on as scheduled.

The full musical lineup for the star-studded event is expected to be announced on Friday, but The Inquisitor has learned that Joe Maldonado-Passage (A.K.A. Joe Exotic) will headline the opening night concert via satellite from a Fort Worth penitentiary.

Other noteworthy artists rumored to be performing include Steve Hermando, Garth Culpepper, Sharon Dandyman, and Rhonda Swansong, to name a few.

The festivities are scheduled to return to the Nashville Fairgrounds and will be located between the race track and flea market, directly behind the construction zone for the soccer stadium, and near the dog park.

Tickets go on sale Monday.

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