Troubadour membership directly supports the Museum’s Community Counts initiative, which provides free admission to youth from Davidson and bordering counties outside of school hours. This membership group of young leaders is committed to providing Museum access for the next generation of patrons.
Members enjoy quarterly networking events at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. They connect with other like-minded professionals, ages 21-45, from Music City.
Troubadour Kickoff Party
February 21, 2023 | 6:00–8:00 PM
Don’t miss the 2023 Troubadour Kickoff Party. The evening will feature an intimate performance by singer-songwriter ERNEST in the Museum’s hallowed Hall of Fame Rotunda. Members will also enjoy cocktails, light bites, and after-hours gallery access.
ERNEST was named a CMA Triple Play Award winner, and a Variety Hitmaker in 2022. His songwriting credits include “I Love My Country” (Florida Georgia Line), “You Proof,” “Wasted on You,” “More Than My Hometown” (Morgan Wallen), “Big, Big Plans” (Chris Lane), “Heartless” (Diplo), and “One Mississippi” (Kane Brown).
Inside Nightfall at the Hall
Troubadour Membership Benefits
For one full year, members enjoy these general benefits:
- Quarterly networking events curated for young professionals.
- All general member benefits, including free admission to the Museum and hundreds of Museum programs, shopping and dining discounts, and more.
Troubadour Membership Levels
Please note: Youth 18-and-under from Davidson and bordering counties receive free Museum admission as part of the Museum’s Community Counts program.
Troubadour membership is available to young professionals, ages 21-45. Photo ID may be required to access Troubadour-exclusive events. Individuals who have purchased a Troubadour membership and are outside the designed age range will be given a general membership or refunded.
Troubadour events are underwritten in part by PickleJar.