Sam Hunt fans who were excited to attend his first music festival heard disappointing news on Tuesday.
The Nashional, a first multi-genre music festival headlined by Sam Hunt to be held in Nashville in April has been canceled.
On the festival website, the following message was posted.
“Due to unforseen circumstances, The Nashional Music Festival at Bi-Centennial Capitol Mall is canceled.”
It continues by saying, “Although disappointed to share this news, we hope to find a future date to continue the prospect of a multi genre, inclusive festival for the city of Nashville.”
Line-up for the Nashional included Judah & The Lion, R&B rapper Fetty Wap, American country music duo Brothers Osborne, west coast rapper Kyle, indie-pop artist Quinn XCII, LA’s indie-rock band LANY, American country music band LANCO, electronica singer/songwriter/producer Chelsea Cutler, Nashville-based rapper Ernest K. and contemporary country duo Muscadine Bloodline, making it one of the most eclectic music events to take place in Nashville.
For those who purchased tickets, the website refers festival goers to request a refund from their point of purchase.