CLEVELAND, MISS. (March 22, 2023) — GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi previously announced that Chapel Hart will perform a special outdoor concert on Tuesday, April 11, 2023. The event will now be taking place on Thursday, April 13, 2023. The Poplarville, Miss.-born family trio, and 2022 “America’s Got Talent” finalists, comprises sisters Danica Hart and Devynn Hart, and their cousin Trea Swindle. The closing events along with food and beverage sales will take place at the Museum beginning at 5 p.m. The concert will take place on the lawn of GRAMMY Museum Mississippi at 7 p.m.This concert will be the closing event for the Music Tourism Convention that is taking place in Cleveland, Miss., from April 11, 2023, through April 14, 2023.  

Cleveland, Miss., will host the 6th global & 2nd USA edition of the Music Tourism Convention (MTC). The state of Mississippi is known worldwide as the “Birthplace of America’s Music.” Cleveland is home to GRAMMY Museum Mississippi and is located within a 35-mile radius of over 40 Mississippi Blues Trail sites, including Dockery Farms—home of Charley Patton and birthplace of Delta Blues—making it the perfect MTC host destination. Sponsors for the convention include Cannon Motors of Mississippi, City of Cleveland, Clark Beverage Company, Delta Magazine, Delta State University, GRAMMY Museum Mississippi, Mississippi National Heritage Area, Mississippi Delta Tourism Association, Mitchell Distributing, Nehi Bottling Company, Visit Cleveland, Visit Mississippi, and Whole Cellars Package Store. 

“We are so excited to welcome the supremely talented country music family trio, and fellow Mississippians, Chapel Hart to our Museum for a special outdoor concert event,” said Emily Havens, Executive Director of GRAMMY Museum Mississippi. “It’s also an incredible pleasure to be able to have members of our Youth Leadership Council in attendance to help produce the event.” 

The Youth Leadership Council (YLC) at GRAMMY Museum Mississippi, which is sponsored by the Cleveland Rotary Club, gives students a voice in the Cleveland community. Selected from different high schools in the Cleveland area, YLC members help spread the word about GRAMMY Museum Mississippi and are examples of how music engages and empowers students. Leadership, public speaking, and event production are just a few of the skills students gain through their involvement. 

Tickets to this special outdoor concert event are on sale now and can be purchased for $10 at GRAMMY Museum Mississippi or