September 23, 2020 -- ​The fourth annual OUTLOUD Music Festival returns as a drive-in on Saturday, October 24th. The reimagined ​music-centric drive-in ​event will continue to feature a fun, energetic, and diverse lineup​ with New Orleans based Big Freedia. The event plans to announce additional acts soon.

To ensure guest safety tickets will be sold by the vehicle/tailgate space. ​Tickets start at $69 per vehicle/tailgate space​ and include admission for two people. Additional individual tickets for each vehicle can be purchased as well with a limit of 4 people per ​vehicle/tailgate space.​ Tickets are on sale now at ​outloudmusicfestival.com.​

“We want to continue to bring a fun, energetic, and diverse line up in a safe and controlled environment that celebrates equality and the queer community, we are excited to bring OUTLOUD to the Drive-In” states Jack Davis, the event’s organizer with Good Neighbor Festivals. “We love creating uplifting experiences, and we need them right now.”

Big Freedia - A staple on the New Orleans club scene for over a decade. After a series of cult hit singles during the mid-2000s, Big Freedia was tapped for a reality show, Big Freedia Bounces Back on Fuse TV. The docu-series followed the life of a choirboy turned Bounce rapper and remains the highest-rated original series on the network. In 2020 Freedia released her latest EP “Louder” with the single “Chasing Rainbows” ft. Kesha, 2019 “Pipe That” ft. Icona Pop & Soul Rebels and in 2018 she released the summer hit “Karaoke” ft. Lizzo.

Along with its emerging entertainment lineup, the festival will feature many OUTLOUD surprises. More performers to be announced soon.

Special thanks to the following sponsor’s Jack Daniels, Gilead, Camelot, Music City Prep Clinic, iHeartRadio, 107.5 The River, Nashville Scene, Fairfield Inn By Marriot, Gay Beer, Out & About Nashville, Focus, Hot 106.7, and The East Nashvillian

Tickets are available now at ​outloudmusicfestival.com.

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