California's Rebels & Renegades Festival has unveiled a line-up that's full to the brim with the finest talent from outlaw country, alt-country, Americana and more.
Whiskey Myers are set to take the stage on Saturday, October 7, with the Southern rockers sure to bring their wealth of dirt-road anthems to the Monterery venue.
They'll be joined on the Saturday by Charley Crockett, who will serenade fans with much-loved hits such as ‘I'm Just A Clown’, ‘Odessa’ and ‘Welcome to Hard Times’. Also performing on Saturday will be The Devil Makes Three, Paul Cauthen, The War and Treaty, Vincent Neil Emerson, Jamestown Revival, Reckless Kelly and more.
On the opening day of the festival, Friday, October 6, attendees will be able to witness electrifying sets from the likes of Turnpike Troubadours, Old Crow Medicine Show, Morgan Wade, Molly Tuttle, Flatland Cavalry, Brent Cobb and The Steel Woods.
As Rebels & Renegades begins to draw to a close on Sunday, October 8, ticket-holders will be able to celebrate another unforgettable weekend with performances from Sierra Ferrell, Elle King, Wilco, Mike and the Moonpies, Shane Smith and The Saints, Shakey Graves, Wyatt Flores, American Aquarium and more.
Following a hugely popular inaugural instalment last year, California's burgeoning country music fanbase has been itching for the return of Rebels & Renegades. They were delighted to discover that, due to its success in 2022, the festival has been extended from a two-day event to a three-day extravaganza.
Visitors at last year's Rebels & Renegades festival were able to witness memorable sets from Cody Jinks, Orville Peck, The Cadillac Three, Charles Wesley Godwin and more.
Judging by the looks of the 2023 Rebels & Renegades line-up, October's country music celebration will continue the momentum from the festival's debut year.
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