Sept. 1 will be the night of Luke — Can The Bull get Mark Hamill to come? — with North Carolina newcomer Luke Combs joining the same bill as Luke Bryan and smooth-singing Brett Eldredge. Also joining the Friday night party will be Kane Brown, the aforementioned hit in the Distillery District who has received best new artist nominations at this year’s ACM and CMT Awards.
Sept. 2 was pretty well set with Sam Hunt, Maren Morris, and Chris Janson already announced. Joining them for Saturday night will be child of country music Ryan Follesé, whose parents are hit-making songwriters Keith and Adrienne Follesé. He formerly fronted rockers Hot Chelle Rae before turning to a solo country career. His debut EP is out with the single “Put a Label on It.”
Sept. 3 closes out the festival with Mississippian William Michael Morgan, whose debut album “Vinyl” is indeed available on vinyl, and that homecoming set by Taylor Mill native Carly Pearce. Pearce’s career has been on an upswing this year with her single “Every Little Thing.” They will join Dustin Lynch and closing-night headliner Blake Shelton.