Who is this conference primarily designed to reach?
This conference lies distinctively at the intersection of theology, artistry and congregational singing. It is primarily designed for church leaders who want to cultivate congregations that know and sing their faith. Plenary sessions for all registrants are provided to help build a uniform framework for a theology of congregational worship, and breakout sessions of more specific teaching are offered along lines of specific roles for worship teams, musicians, pastors, choral directors, tech teams, children’s workers, songwriters, seminary students and more.
What does the registration fee cover?

The registration fee covers admission to all plenary sessions and breakouts, plus conference materials.

Can I register by mail and/or pay by check?

Online registration is the only method by which we can process registrations.

When will I get confirmation of my registration?

When registering, you will receive a confirmation on the screen when you complete your registration; this will be followed by an email confirmation.

Can I bring children to the conference?

Children are welcome to attend SING! but if they require seating, they must register.  Regarding infants (i.e. non-registered), due to space limitations, strollers and infant carriers cannot take up seating (e.g. You, your wife, and unregistered infant cannot consume three seats).

Can I transfer my registration?

Yes, it’s free and you can do that through logging into your Eventbrite Account and updating your order information with the new registrant’s information.

Transfers are the responsibility of the two parties involved. SING! is not responsible to arrange payment for transferred tickets.

Will session or day passes be available for purchase?


What is the cancellation policy for conference registrations?

All cancellation submissions must be made by logging into your Eventbrite Account.

Cancellation Fees:

  • No refunds will be given after June 1, 2018
  • Main Conference: $30 cancellation fee ($60 after April 30th, 2018)



When and how do I check-in?

Registration will be Sunday, September 9th from 5:00-7:00PM and Monday, September 10th from 8:00AM-12:00PM at The Music City Center.

Can I stay at a hotel other than the ones listed on the website?

Yes. We have chosen the hotels listed on our website because they are within a small radius of the conference locations, and we were able to negotiate special rates. There are certainly more hotels, and further afield, but they do not offer the conference rates and we can’t predict availability.

Is there airport to hotel travel available?

We cannot arrange transportation but the airport offers numerous transportation options.

Where should I park?

All the hotels have parking, if you are staying at one of them. There are also a number of city and private parking lots/garages: Interactive Parking Map.

Are The Music City Center and First Baptist Nashville wheelchair accessible?

The Music City Center (In-Room Experience #1) and First Baptist Nashville (Overflow Venue) are both wheelchair accessible.

Is reserved seating available?

Reserved seating is only provided to those who require sign language interpretation. If you have a disability and require special assistance, please contact events@gettymusic.com.

What options are available for dining?

There are many restaurants in downtown Nashville (near the Music City Center). See this map for a listing of the restaurants.

Will you be posting the content from this event?

Yes! After the conference content will be available for purchase through a digital download pass.

Will this event be live-streamed?

Yes! We are live-streaming all of the main sessions online.

Will there be a conference app?

Yes! We will be releasing an app for this event a few weeks  prior to the conference.

Is there an official social media hashtag?

Yes! We will be using #SING18

My question isn’t listed above—how can I get an answer?

Email: events@gettymusic.com