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December 07, 2022

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Nashville’s Live on the Green Festival Returns in 2022

See the lineup for the fan-favorite festival returning to Nashville’s Public Square Park.

Lightning 100, Nashville’s Independent Radio, has announced the exciting return of Live On The Green on Labor Day Weekend, September 1 – 5, 2022. It’s been two years since fans have been able to attend the beloved festival in person at Nashville’s Public Square Park and this year’s event is a celebration of the community that helped save Lightning 100.

“In 2020, we turned to our Nashville listeners to help Save Our Airwaves,” said Lester Turner, President of Tuned in Broadcasting, Lightning 100 and the Executive Producer of Live On The Green. “We were humbled by the way the community stepped up to keep the music playing on Nashville’s Independent Radio. Today, on 615 day, Lightning 100 celebrates all things local, delivering on our commitment to serve our community – which includes presenting Live On The Green as a free multi-day festival again in 2022.”

Live on the Green remains free and open to the public in 2022. Fans can elevate the festival experience by purchasing five-day premium packages including Reserved Seating, Lightning 100 Lounge, or VIP Plaza. These upgrades will be available to purchase this Friday, June 17th at 10am on Liveonthegreen.com.

DAILY LINEUP

Thursday, Sept. 1
Main Stage: Sheryl Crow, Jenny Lewis, Nikki Lane, Danielle Ponder
615 Stage: Bre Kennedy, The Watson Twins, Cecilia Castleman

Friday, Sept. 2
Main Stage: Moon Taxi, Colony House, The Wild Feathers, Seratones
615 Stage: The Foxies, The Shindellas, Sweet Lizzy Project

Saturday, Sept. 3
Main Stage: Santigold, Cautious Clay, Ruby Amanfu, The 502s
615 Stage: *repeat repeat, Daisha McBride, Los Colognes, Phillip-Michael Scales

Sunday, Sept. 4
Main Stage: Coin, Devon Gilfillian, Stephen Day, Strung Like a Horse
615 Stage: The Criticals, Nordista Freeze, Tayls, Taylor Bickett

Monday, Sept. 5
Main Stage: Yola, Arrested Development, Patrick Droney, SUSTO
615 Stage: The Brummies, Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country, LadyCouch, Fulton Lee

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing and Entertainment Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 3-year-old Ezra.