For Immediate Release
May 30, 2024
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Monchiere Holmes-Jones
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The National Museum of African American Music Hosts Their 4th Annual Black Music Month In Nashville

(Black PR Wire) Nashville, TN - A cultural renaissance thrives on the street where the strings of country music always take center stage, and in the place where the music legends we all know and love live forever - The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) presented by NISSAN, hosts the 2024 leading Black Music Month event. “Celebrating the Sound Makers of All Time” June 1st through June 30th, with a lineup of camps, workshops, music acts, community activities and more.

NMAAM has curated the true essence of African American music history, today’s cultural significance and honoring the timeless impact of the Sound Makers yesterday and today. A thought filled series of events for the whole family to enjoy including but not limited to a music summer camp for secondary students, the Black Country Celebration, the 4th annual "Bridge to Broadway" Block Party, and Hip-Hop Karaoke- Pride edition. Event partners Bridgestone, Fifth & Broadway will help anchor the highly anticipated marquee event, the 4th annual "Bridge to Broadway'' Juneteenth Block Party. Happening on Broadway between Fifth and Sixth Avenues on Sunday, June 16th, 12pm to 8 p.m. For more information visit

“For the 4th year in a row, we are excited to celebrate Black Music Month with all genres of music. And help strengthen the roots of all music and our vision of celebrating music 365 in 615 in 2025. Doing it the NMAAM way" said Dion Brown, Executive Director.

Headliners, the Grammy nominated Hip Hop icons Nappy Roots, will take over the annual Juneteenth celebration along with an all star lineup of artists set to ignite the crowd with unforgettable performances to make all the music charts take notice. Dynamic local talents like Daisha McBride, Billboard’s December 2023 Rookie of the Month and Penthouse Records artist RVSHVD, Tiktok “Country Soul” viral sensation Shae Nycole and more.

PRESS CREDENTIAL APPLICATION: For assistance with festival preview coverage, scheduling interviews, organizing a review trip to Nashville or any other press materials and/or to apply for press or photo credentials to attend the NMAAM’s Black Music Month, please contact or call 615-307-1438.


NMAAM is the sole museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans. Its curated collections integrate history and interactive technology to spotlight musical icons. Serving as a premier global destination for music lovers, it educates and inspires appreciation for American music. NMAAM's mission is to educate, preserve, and celebrate African Americans' central role in shaping the American soundtrack. Originating from a 2002 proposal by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, it broke ground in 2017 and opened in 2021. Since then, it has become a top tourist destination in Music City, attracting guests from across the U.S.