You might've thought CMA Fest would've run out of country artists to fit onto its sprawling 2023 line-up by now, but - incredibly - Nashville's biggest summer party just added a new roster of performers.
CMA Fest has confirmed the line-up for its much-loved Hard Rock Stage, with a wealth of country prodigies and up-and-coming artists set to perform, including Matt Koziol, Miko Marks, Everette, Alex Hall, Brooke Eden, Jake Hoot and more.
They'll be joined by the likes of Adam Mac, Logan Crosby, Shelby Darrall, Tyler Dial, Melanie Dyer, Fancy Hagood, Jordan Fletcher, Lanie Gardner, Harper Grace, Alex Hall, Britnee Kellogg, Alex Lambert, Walker Montgomery, Emily Ann Roberts, Matt Roy and CJ Solar.
In addition, a number of exciting new acts have been introduced to the Dr Pepper Amp Stage, with RaeLynn, Michelle Wright, Puddin (K. Michelle) and Ty Herndon all due to perform.
Jake Worthington has been unveiled as part of the Chevy Vibes Stage at Walk of Fame Park, with the neo-traditional, honky-tonk hitmaker expected to perform an array of fan-favourites from his acclaimed new self-titled album, such as ‘State You Left Me In’ and ‘Closing Time’.
Also taking the stage with Jake Worthington will be Noah Hicks, King Calaway, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Christian Paul and Blessing Offor. Offor has built a reputation for his distinctive vocals and his soul-stirring, faith-based ballads, such as the powerful ‘Tin Roof’.
The Maui Jim Reverb Stage at Bridgestone Plaza has bolstered its line-up too by booking Roan Ash, Greylan James, Andrew Jannakos, Trea Landon, Bryce Leatherwood, John Morgan and Brit Taylor.
This assortment of stages will complement the main line-up of CMA Fest 2023 performers, with some of the genre's biggest stars due to perform at Nashville's Nissan Stadium, including Luke Combs, Eric Church, HARDY, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Jon Pardi and more.
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