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Charley Crockett To Kick Off Railbird Festival 2023 With Pre-Party Show

March 22, 2023 4:19 pm GMT
Last Edited June 12, 2023 10:48 am GMT

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Railbird Festival boasts one of the most impressive line-ups of 2023, with the likes of Zach Bryan, Tyler Childers, Whiskey Myers, Sierra Ferrell, Charles Wesley Godwin and 49 Winchester all set to take the stage in Lexington, Kentucky on June 3-4.

One of the most eagerly anticipated sets of the weekend will undoubtedly be Charley Crockett's, with the Texas singer-songwriter having established himself as one of the most charismatic, electrifying performers within the genre.

As a result, many attendees might've been feeling that one Charley Crockett set simply wouldn't be enough.

Thankfully, Railbird have eased these widespread concerns by announcing that Crockett will be headlining a special pre-party show on Friday, June 2.

The hotly anticipated event will be taking place at The Burl Outdoors, just a short distance away from the site of the weekend's main stage performances at the Infield at Red Mile.

Charley Crockett will play through his array of fan-favourite tracks once again the day after his pre-party show, with the ‘Welcome to Hard Times’ hitmaker set to perform on the Saturday, alongside Zach Bryan, Weezer, Marcus Mumford and more.

Crockett recently gave fans a sneak preview of what they can expect at his live shows, with a new live recording of ‘Trinity River’ taken from a performance at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

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