Holler Country Music
news

Charley Crockett, Lauren Watkins and More Added to Lasso Montréal 2023 Line-Up

March 1, 2023 1:47 pm GMT
Last Edited June 9, 2023 11:15 am GMT

t-logo
f-logo
email logo
link icon

Link copied

Content Sponsor

Lasso Montréal has unveiled its completed 2023 line-up, with the likes of Charley Crockett, Lauren Watkins, Jake Owen and more all being added to the star-studded roster.

Ticket-holders will be excited to see one of Crockett's famously charismatic live performances, with the Texas crooner set to serenade Montréal's country music fans with hits from across his expansive discography.

Attendees will also be excited to hear tracks from his latest record, The Man From Waco, which Crockett released towards the end of last year.

The concept album has spawned fan-favourites such as ‘Odessa’, ‘I'm Just A Clown’ and ‘Time of the Cottonwood Trees’.

Jake Owen is another celebrated addition to the Canadian country music festival's line-up.

Owen's addictive, party-starting classic, ‘Down to The Honkytonk’ is sure to be a hit with the Montréal crowd.

Big Loud's rising star, Lauren Watkins, will provide a keenly anticipated set, with Watkins having built a burgeoning following through her much-loved country covers.

news BREAKING • Lauren Watkins Shares Acoustic Cover of Ernest's ‘Miss That Girl’

The Nashvillian has built a reputation for her strong repertoire of covers, which includes tracks by Morgan Wallen, Sheryl Crow and more.

Also included in the full Lasso Montréal 2023 line-up is the likes of Gabby Barrett, Jade Eagleson, Kameron Marlowe, Priscilla Block, Brothers Osborne, Morgan Wade and more.

This year marks the second instalment of the festival, and Montréal's country music-loving contingent have been waiting to dust off their stetsons ever since the 2023 event was confirmed for August 18-19.

For more on Lasso Montréal 2023, see below:

Written by Maxim Mower
Content Sponsor
Holler's New & Upcoming Country Albums 2023: Release Dates Graphic
news

New & Upcoming Country Albums In 2024: Release Dates

Artist - Hailey Whitters Live
news

Hailey Whitters Covers Tyler Childers’ ‘Feathered Indians’

Artist - HARDY 6
news

HARDY Hints at New Songs; “More Are Coming”

Charles Wesley Godwin at the Opry
news

Charles Wesley Godwin, Wyatt Flores, 49 Winchester and More Announced as Opry NextStage Class of 2024