September 9-10, 2024

All for the Hall: Dallas

A benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s education programs.

Featured Artists

Performing September 9
Performing September 10
Performing September 10
Performing September 10
Performing September 10

About All for the Hall Dallas

All for the Hall Dallas will be held September 9-10, 2024. The Patron Party will be held at a private residence, and the All for the Hall Dallas guitar pull, featuring diverse musical luminaries, will be presented at Gilley’s Dallas.. For questions, please contact Rachel Shapiro at 

As a result of All for the Hall benefit concerts, the Museum has provided its unique music-based education program, Words & Music, to the Dallas Independent School District, Metro Nashville Public Schools, Los Angeles Unified School District, and New York Public Schools at no cost, while serving schools and learners of all ages across the country.

  • Honorary Chairs: Anne and Steve Stodghill
  • Event Chairs: Lisa Arpey and Vikram Agrawal
  • Co-chairs, Troubadour Dallas Ambassadors: Emily Hyde and Annabel Morgan
  • Production Partner: Carri Hyde

Tables Hosts

Presenting Sponsor:

Girl in a jacket

Table Sponsors:

Mark Cohen and Todd Lemkin
Trammell S. Crow
Jet Linx
Lone Star Racing
Luckenbach Texas
Palisades Hudson Financial Group

Patrons and Tickets:

Premiere Networks

All for the Hall Dallas is made possible
with generous support from:

American Airlines

Entertainment Producers:
Rod Essig, CAA
Ken Levitan, Vector Management
Clarence Spalding, Maverick
Jody Williams, Jody Williams Songs


About the Museum

Founded in 1967, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a not-for-profit educational institution that preserves and interprets the evolving history and traditions of country music and its cultural relatives. Functioning as a national history museum and as an international arts organization, we are one of the most popular museums in the United States. In 2023, the Museum welcomed over 1.6 million visitors and engaged over 236,000 participants in 1,275 unique educational programs.

Launched in 2007, the All for the Hall campaign began with Country Music Hall of Fame member and Museum Board President Vince Gill challenging himself and his fellow artists to donate proceeds of one annual performance to the Museum. Today, the concert series alternates between New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, and Dallas. Since the All for the Hall campaign’s inception, concerts have netted over $7.4 million in support of the Museum’s educational initiatives, serving All for the Hall host cities, as well as global audiences.


We use cookies in the following ways: (1) for system administration, (2) to assess the performance of the website, (3) to personalize your experience, content and ads, (4) to provide social media features, and (5) to analyze our traffic. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website. Please consult instructions for your web browser to disable or block cookies, or to receive a warning before a cookie is stored on your computer or mobile device. Read our Privacy Policy.