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Summerfest Adds Larry Fleet, Hailey Whitters And More To 2023 Line-Up

March 23, 2023 11:52 am GMT
Last Edited June 12, 2023 11:16 am GMT

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Summerfest has just unveiled its colossal, blockbuster 2023 line-up. New additions include Larry Fleet, Hailey Whitters, Nate Smith, Corey Kent, Tyler Hubbard, Morgan Wade, Brett Young and more.

They'll be joined by the likes of Sheryl Crow, Scotty McCreery, Runaway June and Greensky Bluegrass, along with a suite of exciting acts that cover an array of genres, including Smokey Robinson, Odesza, Lauren Daigle, Sean Paul, Sam Feldt and Earth, Wind & Fire.

The newly announced artists enhance an already stacked line-up, with the festival headliners previously confirmed as Eric Church, Zac Brown Band, Zach Bryan, James Taylor & His All-Star Band, Dave Matthews Band and Imagine Dragons.

As usual, Summerfest will span across a series of June and July dates, with the first round of shows due to take place on June 22-24.

These opening performances will feature Eric Church, Zac Brown Band and James Taylor & His All-Star Band, along with a royal list of support acts, including Elle King, Marcus King and Sheryl Crow.

The next assortment of Summerfest shows will arrive on June 29-July 1, with a slightly more eclectic mix of genres on display.

The likes of Odesza, Dave Matthews Band, Vance Joy and Cypress Hill will all take the stage, with a handful of country artists also thrown into the mix, such as Nate Smith, Mitchell Tenpenny and Brett Young.

The third and final block of Summerfest 2023 dates are lined up for July 6-8, with ‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker, Zach Bryan, due to serenade the Milwaukee crowd on the penultimate day of the festival.

The day after Bryan, chart-topping pop-rockers, Imagine Dragons, will close out what looks set to be another incredible Summerfest instalment.

For more on Summerfest 2023, see below:

Written by Maxim Mower
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