Capitol Street Party 2011 Nashville: Alan Jackson, Eric Church, Jon Pardi

Capitol Street Party 2011 Nashville

Headliner Alan Jackson along with Eric Church, Eric Paslay and Jon Pardi will perform at the free-and-open-to-the-public music event

"Capitol Street Party 4," a free music event open to the public is scheduled to take place on Demonbreun Street, Nashville near Music Row, on Wednesday evening, September 21, 2011, beginning at 7:00 pm and is presented by Grand Avenue Chauffeured Transportation.

Live performances by Alan Jackson, Eric Church and newcomer Eric Paslay will literally take to the street, as a stage will be set up at one end of the closed-off Nashville thoroughfare.

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EMI Records Nashville's newest singer/songwriter Jon Pardi will extend the street party into the night with a special post-party performance at the Tin Roof.

Last year, over 10,000 fans packed Demonbreun Street.

Capitol Records Nashville President & CEO, Mike Dungan explains, "Where else can you experience a true American icon, the artist with the #1 album in America, and the best new artist to come out this year? All for the low, low price of … Nothing! It's free! You'd be crazy not to be there!"

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