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Campbell, The Mavs, Rogers, Milsap join CMA line-up

Tuesday, April 17, 2012 – Glen Campbell, Ronnie Milsap and Kenny Rogers and reunited group The Mavericks joined the performer lineup for the Nightly Concerts at LP Field held during 2012 CMA Music Festival.

The event takes place Thursday through Sunday, June 7-10, in downtown Nashville.

Campbell, who is in the midst of his final tour due to Alzheimers, will deliver the opening performance on the Nightly Concerts on Thursday, June 7; Milsap will open on Friday, June 8; Rogers will open on Saturday, June 9; and The Mavericks will open on Sunday, June 10.

The current lineups for the Nightly Concerts is:

Thursday, June 7: Jason Aldean, Glen Campbell, Lady Antebellum, Brad Paisley and Zac Brown Band

Friday, June 8: The Band Perry, Brantley Gilbert, Ronnie Milsap, Jake Owen, Blake Shelton and Carrie Underwood

Saturday, June 9: Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Hunter Hayes, Faith Hill and Kenny Rogers

Sunday, June 10: Dierks Bentley, Alan Jackson, The Mavericks, Martina McBride, Scotty McCreery and Rascal Flatts

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