Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, Montgomery Gentry, Brad Paisley and John Ricj have joined the 2009 CMA Music Festival lineup June 11-14 in downtown Nashville, TN.

They will all perform on the main stage during the nightly concerts on the VAULT Concert Stage at LP Field along with previously announced performers Trace Adkins, Julianne Hough, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride and Reba McEntire. Additional artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

Nine of the 17 different four-day ticket package categories have already sold out: Gold Circle ($300); Floor Level Renewable: Adult ($185); Floor Level: Adult ($175), Floor Level Renewable and Floor Level: 12 & Younger ($123), Lover Level Renewable: Adult ($165), Lower Level Renewable: 12 & younger ($109), Club Level Renewable: Adult ($155), Club Level Renewable: 12 & younger ($102). Adult tickets remain at $110; $120; $145; and $155. For 12 & younger, tickets remain at $78 and $102.

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A limited number of four-day parking passes for LP Field are available at $31 for cars; $63 for vans/shuttles; and $123 for RVs/motor coaches. Prices do not include handling fee. Spaces are limited, and no overnight parking is allowed. LP Field parking passe must be pre-purchased. Free shuttles (for four-day registrants) will run daily between major festival event locations

A four-day package includes the nightly concerts on the VAULT Concert Stage at LP Field, as well as exclusive access to the Greased Lightning Fan Fair Hall in the Nashville Convention Center, the photo lines at LP Field and Riverfront Park and the event shuttle between venues, along with a registration bag that includes a collectible lapel pin and the 2009 souvenir program book.

This is all in addition to the free areas, which include: the Riverfront Park Daytime Stage, Dr Pepper-McDonald’s Family Zone in Hilton Park, Chevy Music Stage at the Sommet Center, Chevy Sports Zone, Fun Zone, Music City Zone in the Public Square, the Fifth Annual CMA Music Festival Kick-Off Parade and more.

“It is a pleasure to host such great entertainers at CMA Music Festival,” said Tammy Genovese, CMA’s chief executive officer, in a statement. “We know our attendees are going to love these performances.”