When launching a new festival, you can do a lot worse than booking Zach Bryan as your first ever headliner.
That's exactly what College Station's Texas-based Live at the Station Festival has done. Their 2023 line-up consists of a carefully curated selection of alt-country and outlaw favourites, including Flatland Cavalry, Treaty Oak Revival and Jacob Kelly.
The booking that has undoubtedly drawn the most excitement, however, is that of Zach Bryan, who has evolved into one of the biggest stars in modern country over the past year or so.
He'll be performing an array of fan-favourites from across his discography, including the recently Gold-certified ‘God Speed’ and ‘Burn, Burn, Burn’. The latter inspired the name of Bryan's 2023 world tour, which he has recently brought to the UK and Ireland.
@hollercountry And the Dublin crowd goes wild for @zachlanebryan 🇮🇪⚡️ Manchester, you’re next! 🎥 @weejennybell #zachbryan #livemusic #countrymusic ♬ original sound - Holler
Live at the Station Fest will take place on October 21, and Bryan's loyal army of listeners will be hoping he'll have released a new album's worth of material by the time he takes the stage at College Station, Texas.
He's continued to teased a variety of demos and snippets across his socials in recent months, many of which are expected to feature on the ‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker's eagerly awaited follow-up to American Heartbreak. The new project is due to be titled Writers and Fighters, and was initially lined up for February, before being pushed back.
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