Tenille Arts, Theo Lawrence, Alyssa Bonagura and more have been added to the already-packed Long Road Festival 2023 line-up.
They'll be joined by Hamish Hawk, Angelica Rockne and the Jesper Lindell Band, along with the UK & Ireland Dobro Celebration. All the newly unveiled artists will be taking the stage on the second day of the eagerly awaited summer festival, Saturday, 26th August.
Attendees will undoubtedly be keenly looking forward to getting the chance to sing along to Tenille Arts’ No. 1 hit, ‘Somebody Like That’, along with other fan-favourites, such as ‘Back Then, Right Now’, ‘Growing Old Young’ and her new single, ‘Summer Don't Go’.
Similarly, Theo Lawrence will be serenading the UK crowd with a variety of highlights from his recently released sophomore album, Chérie, as well as a selection of much-loved tracks from his acclaimed debut record, Sauce Piquante.
In tandem with the additional performers, The Long Road Festival has confirmed the day splits for the hugely popular event. Tenille Townes will headline on the opening evening, with Southern Rockers, Blackberry Smoke, taking the lead on Saturday, 26th August.
On the final day, ‘Night Shift’ hitmaker, Jon Pardi, will be delivering a rowdy, high-energy headlining performance full to the brim with the Californian's unique blend of feel-good earworms and heartbreak anthems. Before Pardi's set, ticket-holders will be able to see Shane Smith & The Saints, Eli Young Band, Sierra Ferrell and more.
Also taking the stage on Sunday, 27th August will be the likes of Megan Moroney, The War and Treaty, Breland, Alana Springsteen, Kezia Gill, Tommy Prine, Emily Scott Robinson and Tyler Booth.
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