The War & Treaty, Sierra Ferrell and Junior Brown are among the final round of artists announced at a press conference today for the 21st Annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival, which takes place from the 9th - 11th of September in Historic Downtown Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee.
More than 120 acts are scheduled to perform on 16 stages over the course of the three-day event where Tennessee and Virginia meet along several blocks of State Street in Historic Downtown Bristol.
Also newly announced to join the line-up are Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Dustbowl Revival, Jim Lauderdale, Margo Cilker, Joslyn & the Sweet Compression and more. They'll be joining headlining acts including Tanya Tucker, Rosanne Cash, Del McCoury Band, The Wood Brothers, JJ Grey and Mofro, Jerry Douglas Band and Asleep At The Wheel.
Bristol is designated by U.S. Congress as the birthplace of country music and considered hollowed ground by artists all over the world.
"Our lineup is a reflection of the vast influence those recordings have made on the music of today and the rich music culture of Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee", said Leah Ross, executive director of advancement for Birthplace of Country Music (BCM), the parent nonprofit of the festival, the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, and WBCM Radio Bristol.
Tickets for the festival are available to purchase here.