More Artists Added To New Year's Eve Bash On Broadway

Posted at 11:06 AM, Jul 29, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – More artists have been added to the lineup as Kings of Leon help usher in the New Year for Nashville’s Bash on Broadway concert.

The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp announced Wednesday that Nashville singer-songwriting duo Sugar + The Hi-Lows, Nashville-based rock trio The Whigs, Nashville-based indie rockers Wild Cub and country star Kelsea Ballerini will also perform on New Year’s Eve.

In mid-July, Kings of Leon were announced as the headlining group for the event. 

Last year, the celebration drew a record 130,000 people to downtown and was televised nationally.

The NCVC said it’s planning for 150,000 fans this year, which would be the largest crowd size ever for a Nashville concert and the largest Music City New Year’s Eve event to date.

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