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Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions. We have answers. Please see below for answers to some of the most common questions and feel free to reach out to us for any additional information.

Where can I find the complete list of stars?
Visit our Inductees page to see the current list of stars in the Walk of Fame. We also have a map of the Walk of Fame so you can find your favorite stars. And come see it all in person!

Can I nominate someone to be in the Walk of Fame?
Yes, anyone can nominate. Please see our Nominate page for details on the nomination guidelines and processes.

Where is the Walk of Fame?
The Music City Walk of Fame is in Walk of Fame Park on Demonbreun Street between 4th and 5th Avenues - located at the base of the Music Mile in downtown Nashville. The stars lie in the Walk across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, between the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and Bridgestone Arena. View our interactive Downtown/SoBro map to see the orientation.

What are the hours of the Music City Walk of Fame Park?
Walk of Fame Park is a public park and is open all the time, with the exception of periodic special events held here.

Are the induction ceremonies open to the public?
YES! Everyone is invited to attend the Music City Walk of Fame induction ceremonies. Stay tuned to Ceremonies for news on the next event!

Do you need tickets to go to the induction ceremony?
No, the induction ceremonies are free and open to the public.

Is there seating at the induction ceremonies?
The immediate area surrounding the stage and stars is open to inductee guests and media. There is public space open around the fenced ceremony for people to stand or bring their own chairs as long as they are not in the street or in other unsafe locations.

Will the inductees actually be at the ceremony?
Yes! We schedule the events so we can honor the inductees in person! Past ceremonies have been attended by Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson, Keith Urban, Peter Frampton, Frances Preston, and Emmylou Harris. If the induction is a posthumous one, the inductees family, friend, or other recipient is in attendance to receive the award. Holly Williams, granddaughter of Hank Williams Sr., and Barbara Orbison, widow of Roy Orbison, have attended past ceremonies.

Is the area handicapped accessible?
Of course. The Music City Walk of Fame Park is a park in downtown Nashville between Demonbreun & Broadway and 4th & 5th Avenues. It's a public space and sidewalks surround the park.

Where do I park for the ceremony?
Visit parkitdowntown.com for options on parking downtown.

What happens if it rains?
The induction ceremony will go on rain or shine. If there is inclement weather, the ceremony will take place inside the Nashville Visitor Center at Bridgestone Arena. Due to limited space, the general public may not be permitted inside.

How do I find out about any upcoming ceremonies?
You can visit the Ceremonies page to see the next ceremony, you can sign up to receive email announcements from us regarding the Music City Walk of Fame, and you can follow Music City on social media for event announcements. We are on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

I have more questions. Is there someone I can contact for more information?
Absolutely! Please contact us anytime.