This year’s event is called Mashville: The Music City in 2016 and will be held on April 12 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.
Urban and Gill have rounded up a long list of artists, like Luke Bryan, Peter Frampton, Florida Georgia Line, Emmylou Harris, Sam Hunt, Jason Isbell, Maddie & Tae and Maren Morris, to perform and raise money to benefit the museum. Since 2009, this musical fundraiser has brought in more than $2.6 million.
Also performing that night will be a group of Middle Tennessee students who will co-write and then perform an original song created through the museum’s Words & Music flagship education program.
“Nashville has become a dynamic and diverse musical melting pot,” Urban said in a press release. “While it remains the home of country music, an unbelievably talented community of songwriters, producers, instrumentalists, singers, bands and solo artists are rapidly changing the entire musical landscape in Music City U.S.A. Our sixth All for the Hall event — Mashville: The Music City in 2016 — will celebrate that.”
Tickets range from $35 to $3,500 for a VIP experience and go on sale on Jan. 29 via Ticketmaster.