Rooster Walk has added a host of bluegrass greats to its 2023 line-up, with St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Neal Francis and Daniel Donato's Cosmic Country all confirmed for the event.
St. Paul and The Broken Bones will no doubt prove to be a popular booking among festival attendees, given the eight-piece Alabama band's reputation for putting on captivating and high-energy shows.
Also added to the Rooster Walk 2023 line-up is Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer, The Stews, Jon Stickley Trio, Sanctum Sully and Jules & The Agreeables.
They'll be joining the festival's already announced headliners, Greensky Bluegrass, and a slew of other artists taken directly from the upper echelons of the modern bluegrass space.
The festival will be celebrating its thirteenth instalment in 2023, and it certainly seems as though Virginia's popular Pop's Farm venue will be welcoming fans in their droves to this special edition of the event.
Alongside the music, which inevitably forms the centrepiece of the four-day celebration, visitors can also enjoy a broad array of other activities throughout the course of the event.
These range from the thrills of disc golf and slackline activities to the comparative peacefulness of yoga and reiki.
For the full line-up so far, see below:
The Marshall Tucker Band
Trouble No More
Mike & The Moonpies
Crawford & Power
Sol Driven Train
The Wilson Springs Hotel
Isaac Hadden Organ Trio
TC Carter Band
Big Fat Gap
Pirates of the Piedmont
St. Paul and The Broken Bones
Daniel Donato's Cosmic Country
Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer
Jon Stickley Trio
Jules & The Agreeables
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