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Sierra Ferrell Announced for DelFest 2023

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Sierra Ferrell has been unveiled as part of the 2023 DelFest line-up, which is due to return to Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, MD in May. Joining the dynamic singer-songwriter will be artists such as The Del McCoury Band, Trampled by Turtles and more.

Fans of Ferrell will be excited to learn of her addition to the line-up, after a relatively quiet 2022 for the pioneering Americana artist.

Aside from a handful of singles, most of which were alternative versions of already-released tracks from her Long Time Coming project, fans' chances to hear from Ferrell have been few and far between.

With Ferrell being confirmed for a number of other 2023 festivals, as well as DelFest, her followers will be hoping this could mean that new music is on the way from the West Virginia native.

DelFest is always a hugely popular occasion, and the recent line-up announcement will have only intensified the anticipation felt by its regular attendees.

In 2022, artists such as Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Tyler Childers, Leftover Salmon and more played for the festival's swathes of fans. The 2023 event, which will celebrate DelFest's 15th anniversary, looks set to be another memorable occasion.

For the full DelFest 2023 line-up so far, see below:

The Del McCoury Band

The Travelin’ McCourys

St. Paul and The Broken Bones

Trampled by Turtles

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

The Infamous Stringdusters

The California Honeydrops

Sierra Ferrell

Sierra Hull

Rising Appalachia

Kitchen Dwellers

Tim O'Brien Band

Peter Rowan & The Free Mexican Air Force with Los Texmaniacs

Lindsay Lou

Cris Jacobs

AJ Lee & Blue Summit

Dré Anders

The Broomestix

Anna Moss

Junior Sisk

The Price Sisters

Birches Bend

Handmade Moments

Joe Craven

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