Gary Kraen, VP Programming & Operations of the independent, locally-owned Nashville station Lightning 100 and Live On The Green music festival producer, shared his education and career experience as a speaker for Bonnaroo University, a program within the music business education curriculum at Belmont University, in Manchester, Tenn., during the weekend of the globally known music and arts four-day music festival. Lightning 100’s Live On The Green, Nashville’s free music festival, kicks off Thursday August 15, 2019 and concludes on Sunday, September 1, 2019. Dates include two Thursday night shows and one full four-day music festival for a total of six nights of live music for the all-ages public event in Public Square Park--downtown Nashville.

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