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Zach Bryan, Cody Johnson and More Announced for Auburn Rodeo 2023

January 30, 2023 5:42 pm GMT
Last Edited June 8, 2023 9:31 am GMT

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It's safe to say that Auburn Rodeo has booked a line-up worthy of its status as one of the most illustrious bull-riding events of the year.

For its Spring instalment, which takes place on April 29, Cody Johnson, Whiskey Myers, Shane Smith & The Saints and Hailey Whitters will all be taking the Sistrunk Farms stage.

Then, in the Fall, attendees will be treated to performances from Zach Bryan, Ian Munsick, Luke Grimes and J.R. Carroll.

For rodeo fans, Cody Johnson is the ideal booking, given the Texas native's former role as a professional bull-rider.

Johnson tips his stetson to his past career on a number of anthems, such as ‘Dear Rodeo’, which he included on his high-octane 2022 live album, Cody Johnson & The Rockin’ CJB Live.

Visitors will also be keen to see American Heartbreak star, Zach Bryan, at the October version of Alabama's Auburn Rodeo. They'll be hoping the Oklahoma star performs his new single, ‘Dawns’, alongside his own rodeo-themed anthem, ‘Open The Gate’.

Whiskey Myers and Ian Munsick are other high-profile additions to the line-up, with both having a jam-packed year of touring ahead. Munsick is also gearing up to release his new album, White Buffalo, on April 7.

Hailey Whitters is another exciting booking, with the Iowa prodigy having recently made her TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform her hit single, ‘Everything She Ain't’.

For the full Auburn Rodeo 2023 line-up, see below:

SPRING (APRIL 29)

Cody Johnson

Whiskey Myers

Shane Smith & The Saints

Hailey Whitters

FALL (OCTOBER 7)

Zach Bryan

Ian Munsick

Luke Grimes

J.R. Carroll

For more information and to purchase tickets for all country festivals taking place in 2023 and 2024, head here.

Tickets to the Auburn Rodeo 2023 are available now, and can be purchased here.

Written by Maxim Mower
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