Troubadour Festival is always a feast for the senses, with a carefully curated selection of top-tier country performers, a bustling, electric atmosphere and - of course - a mouthwatering and virtually infinite line-up of “The Best BBQ Joints in Texas”.
This year, the festival is setting up camp at Aggie Park at Texas A&M University, in College Station. It'll feature a hotly anticipated performance from Midland, with attendees undoubtedly keen to see the chart-topping trio dust off anthems such as ‘Drinkin’ Problem’, ‘Longneck Way To Go’ and ‘Cheatin’ Songs’.
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news and all the latest ticket and festival pass details for 2023.
The Midland boys will be joined by Shane Smith & The Saints, who continue to establish themselves as one of the brightest sparks to have emerged from Texas’ contemporary Red Dirt scene.
Given the fact that both Midland and Shane Smith & The Saints will be taking the stage in their home-state, they're sure to be greeted by a raucous welcome from the packed out Troubadour Festival crowd.
Completing the 2023 line-up is Charlie Robison, Uncle Lucius, Treaty Oak Revival, Braxton Keith, Graycie York and Rachel Laren, with the organisers once again offering ticket-holders the chance to hear a variety of exciting up-and-coming country artists.
The 2022 instalment of Troubadour Festival comprised a series of stop-offs, with events taking place in Georgetown, Tyler and Celina, featuring performances from the likes of Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, Muscadine Bloodline, Flatland Cavalry and more.
For the full line-up for Troubadour Festival 2023, see below:
Shane Smith & The Saints
Treaty Oak Revival
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