Multi-PLATINUM entertainer Dierks Bentley and the world’s leading live entertainment company Live Nation announced another round of artists slated to play the upcoming inaugural Seven Peaks Music Festival, taking place this Labor Day Weekend in Buena Vista, CO, today. The festival’s newly-revealed Whiskey Row Stage will serve as the festival’s second stage, and will offer performances from up and coming country and bluegrass artists across the weekend. PEOPLE exclusively broke the news that Abby Anderson, Boy Named Banjo, Brown & Gray, Cody Canada, Dillon Carmichael, Travis Denning, Walker McGuire, Mipso and Rapidgrass will perform. Passes for the Labor Day weekend (8/31-9/2) destination experience are available now at sevenpeaksfestival.com.
The eclectic lineup will take the festival’s second stage in addition to previously announced main stage artists Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, Sam Bush, Dan + Shay, Elle King, LANCO, Del McCoury, Lucie Silvas, The Cadillac Three and Kiefer Sutherland. The carefully-curated, three-day festival will also set the pace for the weekend on Friday, Aug. 31 with a highly-anticipated Hot Country Night featuring performances by Clint Black, Sawyer Brown, Terri Clark, David Lee Murphy and special guests Bentley’s own Hot Country Knights.
Like his current studio album THE MOUNTAIN, Seven Peaks Music Festival was inspired from Bentley’s love of The West and is set to be an unforgettable experience, where fans will be able to enjoy the unique vibe from the artist-friends stacked lineup, to the atmosphere of comradery, while the breathtaking backdrop of the collegiate peaks mountain range provides the perfect homegrown feel for camping under the stars. A weekend-long Somewhere On A Beach Party will also be in full swing beginning Saturday, where campers will be able to bask in the Colorado sunshine while floating with their friends, as well as enjoying daily drink specials and beach games with DJ AYDAMN keeping the festivities going all-day long.