Well, it's safe to say Railbird Festival is coming back hot for its 2023 instalment, heading for The Infield at Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky.
On Saturday June 3rd, Weezer, Marcus Mumford, Sheryl Crow, Jenny Lewis and more also join.
On Sunday June 4th, it's Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Head and The Heart, Goose, Nickel Creek, Amos Lee, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder and more on the bill. Dehd was originally scheduled to play on the Saturday, but they have been replaced by Bully.
This time around, the array of performers will be heading to the festival's new home at The Infield at Red Mile, in Lexington, Kentucky. The dates have been confirmed as June 3-4.
As well as performing on June 3, Charley Crockett will also headline a special pre-party show at The Burl Outdoors the night before.
See the full line-up below:
SATURDAY JUNE 3RD
THE HEAVY HEAVY
THE LOCAL HONEYS
SUNDAY JUNE 4TH
NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS
THE HEAD AND THE HEART
RICKY SKAGGS & KENTUCKY THUNDER
CHARLES WESLEY GODWIN
MOLLY TUTTLE & THE GOLDEN HIGHWAY
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news on line-up announcements and all the latest ticket details for 2023.
The equine, music and bourbon festival has become a fan-favourite since its inception in 2019. The overall experience takes centre stage, with dramatic horse races, unique stalls and brilliant music all coming together to create an unforgettable occasion. The fact that it happens in the unofficial ‘Horse Capital of the World’, Kentucky, only adds to its appeal.
In 2023, the event will be leaving behind its previous venue of The Grounds at Keeneland. The 2021 festival featured some of the most illustrious artists from the alt-country and folk space, with the likes of Tyler Childers, Hozier, The Raconteurs, Brandi Carlile and more producing electric sets.
Soon after the star-studded line-up was released, Railbird confirmed that all tickets had sold out. Fans still hoping to attend can sign up for the Waitlist here.
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