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Country Thunder Florida Adds Carly Pearce And More To 2023 Line-Up

March 20, 2023 11:50 am GMT
Last Edited June 12, 2023 9:56 am GMT

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Country Thunder Florida 2023 is shaping up to be another unmissable occasion, with ‘Next Girl’ hitmaker, Carly Pearce, enhancing an already stellar line-up.

Pearce joins the headlining trio of HARDY, Cody Johnson and Keith Urban, with the likes of Bailey Zimmerman, Parker McCollum, Megan Moroney, Hailey Whitters, Parmalee, Jo Dee Messina and Kip Moore also due to perform on October 20-22.

Pearce serves as a unanimously celebrated addition to the Country Thunder Florida 2023 line-up, with the Kentucky native cementing her status as one of the genre's most respected voices in 2021 with her acclaimed project, 29: Written in Stone.

Country Thunder Florida 2023 attendees can expect to hear a range of highlights from the hugely successful album, along with older fan-favourites from Pearce's repertoire, including the ‘Every Little Thing’ and ‘I Hope You're Happy Now’, which was famously co-written by North Carolina megastar, Luke Combs.

Carly Pearce recently unveiled a new live version of 29: Written in Stone, which is due to be released on March 24. The eagerly awaited project will give Country Thunder Florida 2023 ticket-holders a taste of what they can expect in October.

Also announced alongside Carly Pearce is viral sensation, Cooper Alan, as well as The Washboard Union and Chase Matthew.

Matthew recently made his emotional Grand Ole Opry debut, and fans will be hoping the country prodigy performs his recent singles, ‘The Way I Am’ and ‘Hey Montana’, at Country Thunder Florida later this year.

Country Thunder Florida 2023 is aiming to continue the momentum from a stand-out 2022 instalment, which featured blistering sets from Morgan Wallen, Chase Rice, Ashley McBryde, Niko Moon, Chris Young, Lainey Wilson, Jason Aldean and more.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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