CMA Fest 50 documentary trailer, officially known as “CMA Fest: 50 Years of Fan Fair,” was released on Friday, June 23. While the documentary doesn’t air until Wednesday July 5 on Hulu, fans of country music can get a glimpse into the festival like never seen before.
This documentary travels across not only the more recent festivals, but also travels back to 1972, when 5,000 fans were at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium all the way up to the final move to downtown Nashville in 2001 and everywhere in between.
This 75-minute documentary includes exclusive interviews from everybody who is something in the country music business, including Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Lainey Wilson, Bill Anderson, Frankie Staton, Keith Urban, Trisha Yearwood, and much, much more.
The executive producers of the documentary are CMA Chief Executive Officer Sarah Trahern and Kelly Striewski, CMA’s Content & Communications Strategy.
“What better way to tell the story of CMA Fest than through the eyes of the artists, our industry and the fans,” Striewski stated. “This film highlights the truly unique connection that exists within CMA Fest and how this festival has continued to grow the Country community throughout its 50 years. We couldn’t be happier to have this story debut on Hulu.”
Watch The Documentary Trailer Below!
A release date for international watchers has not yet been released, so we can expect that in the future as well.
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