California's hugely popular GoldenSky Festival will once again be descending on Discovery Park, Sacramento in 2023.
Holler will have all the up-to-date coverage and ticket details for GoldenSky Festival 2023 here.
The line-up has now been confirmed, with a pantheon of country stars due to perform on October 14 and 15.
Also performing on the Saturday will be an array of high-profile artists such as Jordan Davis, Wynonna Judd and Ingrid Andress, as well as the Jimmy Buffett-inspired beach cowboy, Niko Moon.
As well as supporting Church on his blockbuster tour, Lainey Wilson has joined ‘The Chief’ on the GoldenSky Festival line-up.
Lainey will play hits from across her discography, with attendees undoubtedly excited to hear songs from her acclaimed 2022 album, Bell Bottom Country, which surged to the top of the US iTunes All-Genre Albums Chart at the start of the year.
Joining Lainey on the Sunday will be country prodigy, Megan Moroney, whose viral single, ‘Tennessee Orange’, continues to enjoy immense success. In early January, Moroney dropped the song's accompanying music video, and shortly after, the Georgia native was named as one of CMT's Next Women of Country 2023.
Another member of the prestigious CMT class of 2023, Avery Anna, is also due to perform at GoldenSky Festival 2023.
For GoldenSky Festival 2023's full line-up of artists so far, see below:
Saturday, October 14
Sunday, October 15
Eli Young Band
The 2022 instalment of GoldenSky featured the likes of Tim McGraw, Sam Hunt, Midland, Carly Pearce and more.
As another host of country music heavyweights prepare to make the trip to Sacramento in October 2023, fans will be rubbing their hands at the prospect of another unmissable occasion at GoldenSky.
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