CMA Fest 2022, Day Four: Free Shows That You Don’t Want To Miss On Sunday

A collage of Easton Corbin et al.

We’ve made it to the final day.

This year’s CMA Fest is wrapping up tonight. I know a lot of people aren’t able to stay for the final day, but if you are, there are actually quite a few shows worth sticking around for.

So with that, here are the performances you won’t want to miss if you’re going to be here for day four:

Callista Clark

The very first performance of the day at the Riverfront Stage is one worth checking out – so get there at 10:00 to make sure you catch Callista Clark.

Jackson Dean

A former high school football player who went viral for singing the national anthem while suited up for the game, Jackson Dean has a gritty, old-school sound that you don’t want to miss. He performs on the Maui Jim Reverb Stage outside of Bridgestone Arena at 1:25.

Ella Langley

Incredible newcomer Ella Langley is performing on the Dr. Pepper Amp Stage near Ascend Amphitheater at 2:00.

Easton Corbin

Easton is so underrated for whatever reason – but you can catch him at the Riverfront Stage at 3:15.

Tenille Townes

Trying to make things as easy as possible on you because I’m sure a lot of people are struggling after three days of CMA Fest’ing – so after Easton, just stay at the Riverfront Stage for Tenille Townes at 4:45 and you’ll be glad you did.

Scotty McCreery

Rounding out the lineup at the Riverfront Stage is Scotty McCreery at 4:00.

If you make it through all four days – congratulations. And now I guess we begin the countdown for CMA Fest 2023.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock