Boasting over 30,000 square feet of drums and drummers, the 2014 Nashville Drum Show promises to be an event you'll not want to miss.
Taking place at the Nashville Expo Center, Tennessee State Fairgrounds on September 20-21 from 10am to 5pm, the 2014 Nashville Drum Show will feature close to a hundred vendors, from major drum trade manufacturers to custom drum builders. Performances will be held the adjoining Banquet Hall.
Performing artists Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) will perform live, sponsored by Ludwig Drums and Zildjian Cymbals, as well as Roy "Futureman" Wooten (Bela Fleck & The Flecktones), who will perform with all the Wooten brothers and other special guests. The performance is sponsored by Australia's Sleishman Drums and its North American home Mothertone USA.
Renowed studio drummer Craig Krampf, will perform, as well as Bob Harsen, who will be on stage with a clinic and performance (sponsored by Gretsch Drums and Amedia Cymbals).
The Nashville High Schools Drumline will do a showcase, sponsored by Innovative Percussion, Mapex Drums, Majestic Percussion, Meinl Percussion, and Sabian Cymbals.
Nashville's rising drum stars Dominic Barkaszi and Kayleigh Moyer, sponsored by Mothertone USA and Sleishman Drums, will also perform at the Nashville Drum Show this year.
Advanced VIP 2-day pass: $75 VIP tickets include early access for both days of the event, admission during the vendor load-in process on Friday (be the first to score a deal), front row reserved seating for all performances, an entry in our advanced snare drum and custom drum set raffle, access to our VIP reception on Saturday post-show, and a VIP access lanyard.
Advanced 2-day ticket: $15 Advanced tickets include regular-hour access to the show for both days and an entry into our advanced snare drum and custom drum set raffle. Regular tickets purchased at the door are $20 per day.