iHeart Country's annual festival is returning to Austin, Texas on May 13, with a star-studded selection of artists confirmed as performing.
Homegrown hero Parker McCollum will no doubt be a popular booking for the Moody Center crowd. The ‘Pretty Heart’ crooner will be joined by big-name artists such as Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, Sam Hunt, Jordan Davis, Elle King, Justin Moore and Mitchell Tenpenny.
Completing the line-up is country prodigy, Bailey Zimmerman, who was recently featured as one of Apple Music's Up Next artists.
Fans will be excited to hear tracks from the Louisville native's crestfallen 2022 EP, Leave The Light On, which was certified Gold towards the end of last year. Zimmerman's first ever Country Radio No. 1, ‘Fall In Love’, will undoubtedly be met with a particularly raucous welcome, as will his newer material from his upcoming album, Religiously.
The festival is a celebrated part of the iHeart Radio empire, which also encompasses the iHeartRadio Music Awards. Bailey Zimmerman picked up a couple of nods earlier this year, while Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen and Cody Johnson all won their categories.
Fans will be pleased to see that Nashville's go-to media personality and comedian, Bobby Bones, has once again been given the hosting duties for the iHeart Country Music Festival 2023.
For the full iHeart Country Music Festival 2023 line-up so far, see below:
Daytime Village (12:30-4:30pm CT)
Main Event (7pm CT)
Tickets for the iHeart Country Music Festival 2023 are available now, and can be purchased below:
For more information and to purchase tickets for all country festivals taking place in 2023 and 2024, head here.