Nashville, TN — Rounder recording artists, The Grascals, are booked to play during Nashville’s July 4th celebration in down town Nashville, Tenn. The day long event draws over 100,000 people to the downtown area and will feature live music from 3-6pm on theNowPlayingNashville.com First Stage. The Grascals’ set is scheduled to begin at 4:00pm.
The Grascals’ newest member and the band’s first ever Grasgal, banjo player of the year Kristen Scott Benson notes, “Bluegrass music embodies many of the same elements that the 4th of July represents: family, patriotism, and an underlying gratefulness to people that have served our country. The two really pair together nicely and the Grascals are happy to be a part of a celebration that honors these admirable values.”
The official main stage concert will kick off at 7pm with the Fisk Jubilee Singers and the Nashville Symphony performing the National Anthem followed by a special patriotic salute by Mayor Karl Dean, Barry Scott and the Nashville Symphony. Wynonna and The Gabe Dixon Band will continue through the night, performing for the masses. The evening will conclude with Nashville’s infamous 4th of July fireworks dancing in the night sky to the rhythm of the Nashville Symphony.