As more and more festival news is unveiled in preparation for this summer's wave of events, The Long Road Festival has announced that independent label, Oh Boy Records, will be hosting their first ever stage takeover this August.
The Nashville-based label, co-founded by the legendary John Prine, is the second-oldest artist-run label in the United States. Their roster of talent includes Kelsey Waldon, Arlo McKinley, Emily Scott Robinson, Tré Burt and more, all of whom will be on hand for The Long Road stage takeover. Prine's son Tommy is also included in the lineup.
Returning to Stanford Hall, Leicestershire, UK from the 25 - 27 August 2023, this year's festival will be headlined by Jon Pardi and Blackberry Smoke.
Additional performers for the weekend include Eli Young Band, Tenille Townes, Margo Price, Nickel Creek, Breland, Sierra Ferrell, Megan Moroney, Chapel Hart, Alana Springsteen, Tyler Booth, Caylee Hammack, Miko Marks, Georgia Webster and many more.
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