Iconic CMA Fest to celebrate 50 Years through Exhilarating Hulu Documentary
On June 8-11, CMA Fest will celebrate its 50th anniversary, featuring prominent artists such as Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, Cody Johnson, Lainey Wilson, Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert and Hailey Whitters.
This festival, which has been through relocation and name changes, will be highlighted in its first feature film in a new documentary titled CMA Fest: 50 Years of Fan Fair presented by Hulu on July 5. Sarah Trahern, CMA’s CEO, and Kelly Striewski, senior vp, marketing, content and communications strategy are named as the executive producers on the documentary.
The documentary also features a variety of one on one interviews with artists such as Dolly Parton, Reba, Keith Urban, and more.
“CMA Fest has taken several shapes throughout its storied history,” Trahern said in a statement to Billboard. “As we step into our 50th year, our hope with this film is to underscore the one thing that has remained with the festival—its heart. We are thrilled to share the evolution and magic of this incredible event with the Hulu audience.”
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