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Wild Horses Fest 2023

April 20, 2023 5:12 pm GMT
Last Edited October 11, 2023 6:24 pm GMT

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Outriders Presents: Wild Horses Fest will make its return to Gallagher Square at Petco Park in San Diego, California on December 30, 2023.

‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker, Zach Bryan, has been confirmed as the festival headliner, and attendees will be keenly looking forward to getting to see the fast-emerging prodigy in action this Winter.

With Zach Bryan treating listeners to two new projects this year, Wild Horses Fest 2023 ticket-holders can expect the country-folk star to have an exciting new selection of tracks to serenade them with.

Joining the Oklahoma songsmith will be Minnesota-based Trampled by Turtles, who will be filling the space originally occupied by Caamp.

The Silent Comedy and alt-country maverick, Sierra Ferrell, will also be on hand for the festivities. Fans will be hoping to hear a couple of new tracks from Ferrell, with the up-and-coming artist having teased a handful of unreleased songs during recent performances.

Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news on line-up announcements, the latest ticket and festival pass details, and any further exciting info and details for the 2023 edition.

For the full Wild Horses Fest 2023 line-up, see below:

Zach Bryan

Trampled by Turtles

Sierra Ferrell

The Silent Comedy

Wild Horses Fest held a successful event in September 2022, boasting a stacked line-up, with performing acts including Cody Jinks, Midland, Leann Rimes, Paul Cauthen, Kassi Ashton, Jaime Wyatt and more.

Wild Horses returned to San Diego last year with some of the most top-tier acts in country and Americana music. The two day all ages festival showcased songs from the modern West to the Pacific Coast, where headliners Cody Jinks and Midland took over the scenic ballpark home of the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.

For more information and to purchase tickets for all country festivals taking place in the US and Canada in 2022-2023, head here.

Written by Maxim Mower