Since holding its first ever event in 2017, Kokefest has been a staple in the Texas country music calendar. Previous performers include home-grown heroes such as Cody Johnson, Koe Wetzel, Parker McCollum and the late great Joe Diffie.
This year's Kokefest promises to be another stellar occasion, with a heavyweight line-up that features Whiskey Myers, Jon Pardi, Riley Green and more.
Attendees will also be able to witness sets from the likes of Kaitlin Butts, Sammy Kershaw, Kolby Cooper, Kevin Fowler, William Clark Green, The Weathered Souls and Treaty Oak Revival.
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news and all the latest ticket and festival pass details for Kokefest 2023.
Held in the scenic surroundings of Adam Orgain Park in Hutto, Kokefest serves a celebration of the best and brightest sparks to have emerged out of the modern Texas and Red Dirt country scene.
Kokefest will once again be hosted by the much-loved Austin country station, KOKE-FM. KOKE-FM's Operations Director, Eric Rainers, emphasised his excitement at the 2023 return of the hugely popular festival, “Kokefest is not like other festivals. I say that because we truly try to create an experience you can walk away from and feel like you made some of the best memories with your friends and family. The music is always the centrepiece, but we are big on making sure you realise Kokefest is different. We want people to walk away with unforgettable memories that last a lifetime”.
Ticket-holders will no doubt be keenly looking forward to the opportunity to see Whiskey Myers tear up the stage with their country and Southern Rock fusion on the Friday, before hearing Jon Pardi delivering a suite of his party-starting, light-hearted anthems, such as ‘Dirt On My Boots’, ‘Night Shift’ and ‘Your Heart Or Mine’, the following evening.
For the full Kokefest 2023 line-up, see below:
Friday, August 4th
William Clark Green
The Weathered Souls
Saturday, August 5th
Treaty Oak Revival
Tickets to Kokefest 2023 are available now, and can be purchased below: