Happy Hours

After a long day, unwind at the Happy Hours on Monday and Tuesday

At the end of a jam-packed day of networking and education, come together with other attendees at the happy hour before heading out to dinner. Includes drinks, snacks, and entertainment


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Performing at the Monday Happy Hour at 5:45 p.m.

Walker Montgomery grew up in Nicholasville, KY steeped in country music heritage. As the son of John Michael Montgomery and nephew of Eddie Montgomery, of Montgomery Gentry, Walker lives up to that heritage, and then some.  His self-penned song “Simple Town,” which is the title track of his EP, is approaching THREE MILLION streams on Spotify alone.


He is performing to standing room only crowds, at fairs, festivals and sporting events. His debut EP, SIMPLE TOWN was released last fall and the single “Just Say When” has garnered almost TWO MILLION streams. Walker’s video for the song world premiered on CMT and he has been a featured artist in CMT’s “Artist Discovery” campaign. His current music video “You Heard It Here First” was a World Premiere on CMT and spent FOUR weeks in the #1spot of CMT’s 12 Pack.

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Walker Montgomery

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Performing at the Tuesday Happy Hour at 5:45 p.m.


Born and raised in the small Canadian prairie town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Tenille Arts’ dream of performing took root at the tender age of eight. A neighbor overheard her singing a Shania Twain song in her back yard and encouraged her mom to help her pursue music.


After years of honing her craft and touring across Canada, Tenille began making the long trip to Nashville to advance her songwriting skills. Her determination and talent led to steadily increasing successes, as she earned a publishing deal in Nashville. Her 2016 self-titled debut EP peak at #1 on the iTunes Canada Top Country Album Chart and crack the Top 100 on the U.S. iTunes Country Album Chart.


She made her national television debut on January 29, 2018 performing her original song “Moment of Weakness” for millions of viewers on the hit ABC show The Bachelor. The song debuted in the Top 20 on the iTunes U.S. Top Country Songs Chart. Six weeks later, Tenille’s accomplishments were rewarded in a huge way, as she signed a recording deal with Reviver Records.


In May of 2018, Tenille took home all five of the Saskatchewan Country Music Association Awards for which she was nominated. Her name was called time after time, as she was honored with “Female Artist of the Year,” “Songwriter of the Year,” “Album or EP of the Year” for Rebel Child, “Video of the Year” for “Cold Feet” and “Single of the Year” for “What He’s Into.”


And the answer to her most commonly asked question is yes, Arts is her real last name!

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Tenille Arts

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