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Red Bull Jukebox to make its US debut in Nashville — here’s how you can curate the show

The setlist is in your hands, Nashville. No really, it is. Here’s what to know about Red Bull Jukebox when it comes to town on Oct. 2, 2024.

A fan holds up the rock on sign while Brothers Osborne performs on the Nissan Stadium stage with two larger than life skeletons.

Brothers Osborne had a scary good performance on the Nissan Stadium stage during CMA Fest 2022. | Photo by NASHtoday

Red Bull Jukebox, a concert where fans determine what’s played live, makes its US debut in Music City on Wednesday, Oct. 2.

Before we explain how it works, here’s the lineup:

  • Brothers Osborne
  • Shaboozey
  • Priscilla Block
  • BRELAND
  • Tucker Wetmore
  • Muscadine Bloodline
  • The Castellows

Guests will shape the show by voting on song selections, performance styles, and surprise moments. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 12, and from there, fans can cast their votes on the website.

Fast forward to October. Upon entering the venue, ticket holders will receive a light-up wristband to vote on more elements in person, choosing “red” or “blue” for each live pick.

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