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2019 Bands and music schedule will be release on August 1 when festival tickets go on sale!


MAIN STAGE- Free Concert

Friday, September 27
 8 PM - 11 PM: Texas Unlimited Band

Saturday, September 28
7 PM - 8:30 PM: Opener: Sunny Sweeney
9 PM - 10:30 PM: Headliner: David Nail Live In Concert


Sunny Sweeney

Joining the Saturday night bill is Sunny Sweeney. The Texas-born and bred soprano has four albums under her belt buckle, including Heartbreaker’s Hall of Fame, Concrete, Provoked and Trophy. In 2013, Miss Sweeney received an Academy of Country Music Awards nomination for Top New Female Artist. In 2015, she made history as the first female artist with consecutive number one hits on the Texas charts. Early in her career, Sweeney performed as the opening act for Miranda Lambert, and has been praised by Rolling Stone as “…one of the rare entertainers who can hold her own at CMA Fest as well as AmericanaFest.” Her songs “From A Table Away,” Staying’s Worse Than Leaving,” and “Drinking Myself Single” have all earned her notches on the country charts.

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Recently featured in Rolling Stone, David Nail is well-known for his unique mark on the modern country music scene. His 2018 album, Only This and Nothing More is celebrated for its “rule breaking arrangements” and its eclectic mix of rock and roll guitars, melodic keyboards and toe-tapping drum beats. Known as the musical hybrid of a country crooner and an indie rock singer, David has appeared everywhere from “The Today Show” to the famed Nashville Country Music Festival. His many accomplishments include a Grammy Award nomination for Male Country Vocal Performance for his song “Turning Home,” plus Academy of Country Music Award nominations for Single Record of the Year (“Red Light”), and Vocal Event of the Year (“Let It Rain” with Sarah Buxton). Since 2002, ten of David Nail’s singles have peaked on U.S. country charts, including his songs “Memphis,” “I’m About to Come Alive,” and “Turning Home,” plus top-10 hit “Red Light.”




Saturday, September 28

11 AM Julie Weir

12 PM Jacob Ryan Marshall

1 PM Andrea Young

2 PM Terry Easterwood

3 PM Magic Girl

4 PM Jeff Becker

5 PM Daniel Gonzales

6 PM Joey McGee & Mike Ethan Messick

7 PM Rachel Bloem

Sunday, September 29

11 AM Ethan Hanson

12 PM Rachel Bloem

1PM Nash Willis

2PM Aubrie Lynn

3PM PM Ben Morris & Eric Fisher of Great American Box Car Chorus

BRAZOS Valley Band Showcase

Saturday, September 28

12:30 PM Pardon Our Mess

2 PM The Great American Boxcar Chorus

3:30 PM The Texas 105 Band

5 PM The Docs



 Sunday, September 29

11 AM Brice and the Lonesome Strings

1:30 PM Brazos Valley All Star Band

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