Kip Moore and Josh Turner to headline The Long Road Festival
13 March 2019 news
The Long Road Festival have announced their second edition in emphatic style after revealing that Kip Moore and Josh Turner will be headlining.
The three-day event, which runs from September 6-8, will mark the first ever time that Turner has played on UK soil and he will be closing the festival on the Sunday. Moore, who is very much at the forefront of the genre, will be headlining the Saturday.
In addition to Moore and Turner in the first wave announcements, Asleep At The Wheel will be making their first full-band appearance in the UK for over a decade, while LANCO, Morgan Evans, Lainey Wilson, The Steel Woods and Rhiannon Giddens will also be appearing.
There are a number of upcoming UK country and Americana artists on the bill as well, including the likes of Liv Austen, Katy Hurt, Jake Morrell and CoCo and The Butterfields.
Tickets start at £40 for the day, £90 for a no camping weekend pass and £110 for a camping weekend pass. These can be purchased via The Long Road Festival website.
The lineup so far is:
Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi
Asleep at the Wheel
John Paul White
The Steel Woods
CoCo and The Butterfields
The Cactus Blossoms
Matt the Electrician
The Hanging Stars