By Maxim Mower
In July 2023, country fans will be flocking up to the mountains of Montana to see some of the most preeminent artists in today's alt-country landscape.
Pioneers such as Whiskey Myers, Colter Wall and Charley Crockett and more will be taking the stage at Big Mountain Ranch, while the headliners have been confirmed as Hank Williams Jr., Zach Bryan and Caamp.
Bryan makes a high-profile return to Under the Big Sky, after a charismatic performance at the 2022 instalment.
2023 looks set to be the year that Bryan ascends to headliner status at a number of festivals, with his stock having risen dramatically following a prolific 2022.
As well as releasing a wealth of new music, such as his American Heartbreak album, a Summertime Blues EP and a spate of singles, in November Bryan received a 2023 Grammy nomination for his smash hit song, ‘Something in the Orange’.
Also playing at the event is Elle King, Marcus King and another perennial feature on the Yellowstone soundtrack, Ryan Bingham. Bingham plays Walker on the hugely popular series, which shares its location with Under the Big Sky Festival.
Luke Grimes, another fan-favourite on Yellowstone, will be consolidating the festival's link to the hit TV show with a special appearance at Under the Big Sky 2023.
Against one of the most stunning festival backdrops on offer, the star-studded array of artists will be performing on July 14-16 2023.
The widely celebrated 2022 event included sets from acts such as Turnpike Troubadours, Lord Huron, Lainey Wilson and Cody Jinks.
By the looks of its current list of artists, Under the Big Sky Festival 2023 is shaping up to be another stellar occasion.
For the full Under the Big Sky Festival 2023 line-up so far, see below:
Hank Williams Jr.
The Dead South
Shane Smith & The Saints
Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway
Hogslop String Band
Vincent Neil Emerson
The Local Honeys
The Red Clay Strays
The Helnore Highwater Band
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