Outlaw country legends Willie Nelson and Hank Williams Jr. are pegged to headline the inaugural Born & Raised Festival.
The anticipated bash, which runs June 5-7 at Pryor Creek Music Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma, will feature nearly two dozen acts. Margo Price, Jamey Johnson, Whiskey Myers, Blackberry Smoke will take the stage, along with the Randy Rogers Band, Shooter Jennings, Jack Ingram, Parker McCollum and many others.
“Born & Raised Music Festival came to life with an idea to celebrate Outlaw, Texas, and Red Dirt country music,” festival producer Mike DuCharme said in a statement provided to Rolling Stone. “These genres are showing a resurgence right now on the music scene. People want to celebrate their roots and listen to music that reminds them where they were born and raised.”
For its headliners, the Born & Raised Festival falls on their already-heavy performance schedules. Nelson, now 86, remains a consistent touring act. He is currently headlining U.S. shows non-stop through April. Meanwhile, Williams Jr. has a batch of springtime dates lined up as well as a supporting role to Chris Stapleton‘s Truist Park show in July.
Tickets for the Oklahoma festival are available in three price tiers: General admission ($89.50), Reserved seating ($159.50) and VIP ($469.60). Attendees can also purchase camping packages to take in all the scenery.
See the full Born & Raised Festival lineup in the official poster below.