For three decades, Master Musicians Festival has been bringing some of the most exciting artists in country music to Somerset, Kentucky, and its 2023 event will continue in the same vein.
On July 13-15, Wynonna Judd, Ian Noe and Nappy Roots will take the Master Musicians Festival stage, alongside the likes of the Louisville Orchestra, Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays, Abby Hamilton, Brit Taylor, Brother Smith, Girl Tones, Scott T. Smith and more.
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news on line-up announcements, confirmation of weekend dates and all the latest ticket and festival pass details for 2023.
The 2022 instalment of Master Musicians Festival gathered together country heavyweights such as Grace Potter, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, The Wood Brothers and more.
The festival has built a reputation for showcasing established acts and up-and-coming artists alike, which perform across a range of stages scattered across the impressive festival grounds.
This year, attendees will be treated to a free classical music night on July 13, which will be hosted by the Louisville Orchestra at The Center for Rural Development.
As 2023 serves as Master Musicians Festival's 30th anniversary celebration, the organisers have set up a special tribute performance on July 14, which will be led Nicholas Jamerson and Brother Smith. The set will consist of songs from previous festival headliners, including iconic tracks by Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam and more.
For the full Master Musician Festival 2023 line-up so far, see below:
Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays
Producing A Kind Generation
Scott T. Smith
Jordan Foster Family & Co.
Shades of Raven
Vanwinkle & The Spirits
Jonathan New's Kids Country Jam
Young Songwriter Panel featuring Justin Foster, Spenser Johns, Evan McMillian, Ireland Owens, Phoebe White and Jadan Trammell
Tickets to Master Musicians Festival 2023 are available now, and can be purchased here.
For more information and to purchase tickets for all country festivals taking place in the US and Canada in 2023, head here.