Blended Festival is America’s fastest growing music, food, and wine event – hosting some of the biggest names in EDM, pop, and country. Blended Festival is hosting a Country Strong Lineup at their 2021 premiere in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 13th-14th.
It’s been too long since we’ve been able to gather and celebrate good music, food, and wine, but now we can do it all come August 13th, courtesy of Blended Fest. Blended Festival will make their 2021 premiere in Music City – the perfect place to share their impressive lineup of live performances, fine wines, and phenomenal food.
“The Blended Fest brand is modeled to thrive where enthusiasts of music, wine, and culinary experiences reside and visit. Nashville encompasses all three”, said Kalika Moquin, Blended Festival Director.
Tickets for Nashville are quickly selling out, which comes as no surprise. The following are the biggest reasons why:
The headliners for Friday, August 13th will be Lil Jon, Bryce Vine, and Blanco Brown with many performances leading up to them. The headliners for Saturday, August 14th will be Ludacris, Kaskade and Matt Stell and will also feature many others throughout the day. Blended also promises a surprise headliner on the 14th that you won’t want to miss!
We hear you Nashville, which is why the Blended Festival promises to highlight country music by offering live performances from six top country artists. Aside from headliners Blanco Brown and Matt Stell, there will also be Ernest, Shaylen, Kylie Frey, and After Midtown.
Culinary Stage Performances:
The musical stages are only one part of Blended Fest’s main attractions. Top Chefs and Mixologists will be featured on the culinary stage with special performances from the following: Nashville Country Star Impressions, Culinary Gastronomy, Crowd Blind Tasting, Blended DJ vs Local Chef competition, Master of Mixology, Cocktail Gastronomy, Eat Like a Rockstar, and James Beard Award Winning Date Night Bites (performed by chef Scott Baird). Other local culinary draws will include Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa, Zeppelin, the Hampton Social, and FGL House.
Nashville’s Own Eats:
The Blended Festival’s culinary village is loaded with local tastes from some of Nashville’s finest eatery’s, including: Crafthouse Cocktails, The Hampton Social, Zeppelin, Birria Babe, El Leon Dorado, Birdie’s Frozen Drinks
You won’t want to miss Blended Festival’s 100 Foot wine tent – featuring hundreds of wines and a full bar. Some of Nashville’s own wineries that will be featured at the tent are: Geyser Peak, FitVine, Warroom, Twisted Sistuhs, Tropical Moscato, Amber Falls Winery
If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, there’s no time like the present. With all the great things going on in Nashville, you don’t want to be the one to miss out.
Get them now at: blendedfestival.frontgatetickets.com
Can’t make it to Nashville? No worries! You can catch the festival at the Long Center Pavilion in Austin on September 10-11, and San Diego’s Spanish Landing Park October 15-16, where the eclectic wine event series began in 2019. Click here to reserve your tickets now!
For more Information on Blended Fest, please visit: https://www.blendedfestival.com/