HOLLYWOOD MEETS NASHVILLE - party with a purpose


This event is not affiliated with, endorsed by, or licensed by The Recording Academy or the GRAMMY Awards.

The 2017 Hollywood Meets Nashville Grammy Night Viewing Party and Benefit Gala is scheduled for February 12th. As usual with the HMN Viewing Party, the event will feature an amazing evening of entertainment, food, spirits, fashion, live music and of course, the Annual Grammy Awards telecast on big screen TV!

This year we will be working with two amazing charities helping with the fight against cancer and other devastating diseases, as well as, working with survivors seeking to put their lives back on track, The Edie Hand Foundation and the Women Survivors Alliance.


About The Edie Hand Foundation

The Edie Hand Foundation is an umbrella organization that supports numerous charities including The Children’s Hospital of Alabama and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The non-profit organization contributes funds and many volunteer hours helping in hospitals, and participating in local and regional events to help special needs children and other programs. Additionally, events are held separately or in conjunction with other organizations to raise money and awareness of the foundation’s efforts. Organizations that have benefitted from the foundation’s activities include the Ramini Kids Foundation, the YouPaveTheWay Program, Ryans Reach, Making Strides, Christmas Spirit Foundation, Country Cares for St. Jude’s Kids, KidsTalk.org, VSA of Alabama, and Cooking With Cancer, Inc.



About The Women Survivors Alliance

SEstablished in 2012, the mission of the Women Survivors Alliance has been to establish a network where women affected by cancer can find their voice, improve their quality of life, and embrace their 2nd Acts. The WSA is an all-volunteer organization and 94 cents of every $1.00 donated goes towards programs that empower, educate, and connect women whose lives have been touched by cancer. SURVIVORville is the flagship event of the organization, and is held every two years in Nashville. The event provides tools and information that help cancer survivors re-build their lives after cancer.



We will be accepting donations at the door in support of these two wonderful organizations. But you can enjoy VIP status and avoid the line at the door by donating in advance. Your VIP tickets will grant you "front of the line" access and Very Important Person status! Click below to move to the front of the line!!!!!



We appreciate our event sponsors!




The 12th Annual Hollywood Meets Nashville Summer Bash will, kick off CMA Festival week with another Hollywood caliber event!  As usual, this event will feature live musical performances by a diverse array of artists including notables from rock, country, jazz and R&B.

This invitation only event always attracts a diverse array of tastemakers and personalities; actors, athletes, directors, musicians, producers, writers, and movers’ n shakers from LA, New York and Nashville’s best.  Look forward to an evening of key networking opportunities, amazing food, drink and more.

This summer’s event will support Save the Music America and the International Black Film Festival of Nashville.

About Save the Music America
Save The Music America is a social and educational organization that is dedicated to preserving the arts, the rights of musicians, and the history of American music.


The International Film Festival of Nashville strives to insure culturally accurate depictions in film by providing a forum for unheard, unseen and unknown viewpoints, and showcases the rich creativity and diversity found in communities of color locally, nationally and internationally.


About Hollywood Meets Nashville
Hollywood Meets Nashville means partying with a purpose!! HMN's unique events allow participants to make a positive impact on the community while having a great time. Founded by a dedicated group of filmmakers and music makers, this organization aims to give participants a taste of Hollywood without leaving Middle Tennessee! And the icing on the cake - each event raises money for deserving charities.

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Nashville’s Music Diversity in Spotlight at Hollywood Meets Nashville

Grammy Viewing Party and Benefit Gala

“Nashville Star” winner, Buddy Jewell, award winning gospel artist, Montrel Darrett and country rocker, Bridgette Tatum headlined an evening of performances at the 2nd annual Hollywood Meets Nashville Grammy Viewing Party and Benefit Gala. Presented by Alliant Music Group, the annual fundraiser supported two charitable organizations - the Global Music Project and Save the Music America. 

The gala featured non-stop entertainment in Studio “A” of NuMynd Film Studios in downtown Nashville.  Other artists included jazz songstress Sonja Hopkins, teen pop sensation, Mary Grace and Carlos Deford Bailey, grandson of the legendary country pioneer, Deford Bailey. The fashions of Elisabeth Donaldson (Monarch Clothing) and Detreia Burr (D Michele Designs) were also showcased.  The 56th Annual Grammy Awards were telecast on big screen in Studio “B.”

The Hollywood Meets Nashville Grammy Night Viewing Party and Benefit Gala is another avenue allowing  to build bridges and help people.  The objective of the organization is to “Party With A Purpose” by producing Hollywood caliber events in Nashville that are not only fun, but also raise money for local charities and deserving organizations. 


We were able to donate a violin to the Nashville Notes Homeschool Music Program, thanks to the Global Music Project and Jason Chan of Mozart Violins.  

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All HOLLYWOOD MEETS NASHVILLE events promote the spirit of partying with a purpose.
Each gathering raises funds for worthy organizations like Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee,
St. Jude's Hospital and the Second Chance Foundation.

check out some of our past events!

2014 Grammy Viewing Party

Brenda Best
Cora Rose
Bridgette on Stage



HMN 2013 grammy viewing party