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Lady A and Parmalee Announced for Barefoot Country Music Festival 2023

December 23, 2022 5:12 pm GMT
Last Edited November 20, 2023 11:43 am GMT

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Lady A and Parmalee are the latest acts to be announced for Barefoot Country Music Festival 2023.

The festival takes place from June 15-18 next year, and will see the Own The Night trio and 'Carolina'-singing group join headliners Blake Shelton, Kid Rock and Darius Rucker in New Jersey.

The pair of groups will play on the Miller Lite Main Stage, which is becoming increasingly stacked as we edge closer to the Summer of 2023.

The festival had recently announced that Lainey Wilson, whose 2022 album Bell Bottom Country placed in Holler's 2022 Albums of the Year, will also play at the festival.

Parker McCollum, who was recently announced for Morgan Wallen's 2023 tour, will also join them.

Lady A have had an eventful 2022. Following the release of their eighth studio album What A Song Can Do, they have toured extensively throughout the year, including a huge set at the CMA Festival in Nashville in June.

That was until August though, as they postponed their Request Line Tour due to Charles Kelley's "continued journey to sobriety". 2023 they look set to head back out on the road with a headline set at the 10th C2C Festival in the UK.

Barefoot Country Music Festival takes place in Morey's Piers on the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey.

The resort hub is renowned for its sandy shores, which will provide an idyllic backdrop for the 40+ artists that descend upon New Jersey in June.

For more information and to purchase tickets for all country festivals taking place in 2023 and 2024, head here.

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