By Maxim Mower
A host of big-name artists have been unveiled for the 2023 instalment of GoldenSky Festival 2023.
The country music celebration will once again be taking place at Discovery Park in Sacramento, California in October.
California's own Jon Pardi and Maren Morris will headline the first day of the festival.
The powerful combination of Pardi's party-starting anthems and Morris’ cool, sinuous chart-toppers will no doubt prove to be an irresistible concoction for GoldenSky attendees.
On the second day, headlining duties will be carried out by Parker McCollum and Eric Church. Church is embarking on his blockbuster Outsiders Revival tour in June, and GoldenSky Festival will serve as an eagerly anticipated stop once ‘The Chief’’s summer dates have concluded.
McCollum will be bringing heartbroken hits such as ‘Pretty Heart’, ‘To Be Loved By You’ and ‘Handle On You’ to the Discovery Park stage.
Also set to perform is Lainey Wilson, who will be playing a number of songs from her award-winning 2022 album, Bell Bottom Country, which continues to introduce new listeners to the Louisiana native's enlivening, down-home sound as it soars up the charts.
Recently, for instance, the project reached the top of the US iTunes All-Genre Chart.
Joining Lainey will be one of country's rising stars, Megan Moroney, who will no doubt be instigating a crowd-wide sing-a-long during her performance of ‘Tennessee Orange’, for which she released the music video earlier in the month.
Both Moroney and her fellow Sunday performer, Avery Anna, were recently included in CMT's Next Women of Country 2023, in recognition of both artists’ continuing ascent within the genre.
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