By Maxim Mower
Cavendish Beach Music Festival 2023 has revealed its exciting line-up of main-stage performers. Kane Brown tops the bill for the first day of the three-day event, July 6, with the Tennessee native being hot off the heels of a successful album roll-out. Different Man spawned a number of hit singles, such as ‘Like I Love Country Music’ and ‘One Mississippi’, which fans can expect to hear during his set at the 2023 festival.
On the album, which was released in September, Brown surprised listeners by including a tender duet with his wife, Katelyn Brown, called, ‘Thank God’. The track was unassuming, but served as one of the hidden gems of the record, and marked Katelyn's first feature on one of Kane's songs.
Alongside Kane Brown, attendees at the Cavendish Beach Music Festival 2023 will also be able to see Jake Owen headlining on July 7. The ‘Down to the Honkytonk’ hitmaker will be supported by an assortment of up-and-coming artists, such as Mitchell Tenpenny and ‘Tennessee Orange’ songsmith, Megan Moroney.
Chris Stapleton will take to the stage to headline the third and final day of the festival, July 8. As well as hearing the unmistakable croons of the ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ star, festival-goers will be able to enjoy sets from Tenille Townes, Ashland Craft and more.
The Canadian festival will take place in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, and bills itself as ‘Atlantic Canada’s largest outdoor concert’.
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The 2022 instalment of the festival featured big-name artists such as Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Cole Swindell and more. The 2023 version of the Cavendish Beach Music Festival looks set to be another hugely popular occasion.
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