One of Lubbock's favorite annual traditions, Cotton Fest, will be setting up camp once again in 2024. Moving from April to June, this year's installment is slated for June 27-29, hitting peak festival season.
The yearly BYOB festival, hosted by Texas entertainer William Clark Green, has become a beloved weekend on local country music fan's calendars.
Taking over the infamous Cook's Garage, the festival has promised that the 2024 edition will include the "best lineup Cotton Fest has ever had", with country and Americana supergroup The Panhandlers serving as headliners along with Green himself.
Elsewhere across the weekend, attendees will be treated to sizzling performances from celebrated red dirt outfits Treaty Oak Revival and Red Clay Strays, as well as singer-songwriters Slade Coulter, Jacob Stelly, The Weathered Souls and more.
For the full 2024 Cotton Fest lineup, see below:
William Clark Green
Treaty Oak Revival
Red Clay Strays
The Weathered Souls
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news on new line-up announcements, the latest ticket and festival pass details, and any further exciting info and details for the 2024 event.
Cotton Fest first made landfall in Lubbock in 2018 and has never celebrated a festival so late in the year as it will in 2024.
Last April, the 2023 edition of Cotton Fest saw a joyful two-day spread of talent from the likes of Shanandoah, Kaitlin Butts, Grady Spencer and the Work, Read Southall Band, Tyler Halverson and Green himself.
Featuring a full weekend of music, camping, cornhole and a BBQ cookoff, Cotton Fest has been a down home good time for the last several years, and we can't imagine that 2024 will be any different.
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