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Free admission will be offered to active duty and retired armed service members on Veterans Day

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will honor active-duty and retired armed services members with free museum admission on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11th. To thank the United States Armed Forces, past and present, the museum will also extend free admission to up to three immediate family members.

Timed admission tickets can be reserved by calling 615-416-2001, or tickets can be obtained at the museum’s box office on November 11th. Valid military ID is required to claim tickets. Due to limited capacity, advanced reservations are highly recommended.

Active duty and retired armed services members will also receive a ten percent discount at Circa, the Museum Store and the Hatch Show Print retail store on November 11th.

The museum’s online Songwriter Session for November 10th at 8 pm ET — featuring Bob Regan and Mike Byer — also will recognize those who serve and have served in the armed forces. A Nashville-based songwriter, Regan is founder and director of Operation Song, an organization that pairs professional songwriters with veterans, active-duty military and their families. Joining Regan is Byer, a veteran, songwriter and Operation Song program director. This Songwriter Session will be streamed live on the museum’s website, Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Free admission is available only at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Hatch Show Print and Historic RCA Studio B tours may be purchased for additional fees. Valid military identification required.