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Full Lineup for Winstock Country Music Festival in Minnesota 2023 Revealed

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The two-day Winstock Country Music Festival is scheduled to be held in 2023. This festival takes place in Winsted, Minnesota, USA. It is widely regarded as the first major country music festival of the summer in the Upper Midwest.

You may think that talking about 2023 is still too early. However, the festival will return in June 2023, which is not far off. But what makes the festival talk is that it has already announced its 2023 line-up.

And you will love it. The official website writes, “Winstock is one of the Upper Midwest’s premier country music and outdoor camping festivals run entirely by volunteers, with all proceeds from this event used to help fund private education. for students in Winsted and surrounding communities.

More than 1,000 people volunteer over 5,000 hours to provide you with the opportunity to enjoy the best entertainment, food and country music fun. The Winstock committee and every student hope you have a great time at Winstock 2023 and thank you for your continued support and patronage.

Winstock ln Minnesota 2023 returns with notable personalities

The festival will take place on June 16, 2022 and June 17, 2022. The Friday night festival headliners are Cody Johnson and Miranda Lambert for Saturday evening.

Winstock Country Music Festival Committee Chairman Dave Danielson said: ‘You can pair a title artist of the year at any time. [Miranda Lambert] with someone currently kicking down doors like Cody Johnson, you’re guaranteed a great weekend of country music.

The full festival lineup is below:

  • Gabby Barrett – Main Stage [Friday]
  • Jordan Davis – Main Stage [Saturday]
  • BlackHawk – Main Stage [Friday]
  • Dylan Scott – Main Stage [Saturday]
  • Jo Dee Messina – Main Stage [Saturday]
  • Chris Kroeze – Main Stage [Friday]
  • Diamond Rio – Main Stage [Saturday]
  • Harley Whitters – West Stage
  • George Birge – West Stage
  • Anderson Daniels – West Stage [Friday]
  • Nate Smith – West Stage [Friday]
  • Jenn Bostic – Main Stage [Saturday]
  • Chad Johnson and the MN-Ts
  • The Shaw Band/The
    Shaw Brothers

Little about Cody Johnson

The festival’s official website has written quite a bit about Cody Johnson based on his looks.

The website wrote: “The brand new 18-track double album Human, which debuted atop the Country Albums Chart the week of its release, is stacked top to bottom with songs Johnson considers the ones that were originally dubbed too country for country. .

When the songwriters told Johnson and his team that the tracks they had written were being rejected by other Nashville artists, he said, “Bring them to me.”

Johnson also said, “I literally felt like I was window shopping. Like I was a millionaire in a diamond shop. I was like, ‘I want this one. I want this one, I want this one. And then when we added up all those songs, we had 18 that we knew we had to record.

A bit about Miranda Lambert

Just like Cody, there is also a description of Miranda Lambert. Let’s get to know her better.

The official site wrote “Palomino,” the eighth solo album by Vanner Records/RCA Nashville superstar Miranda Lambert, arrived in April as the top-performing country album of 2022.

Already named among the top albums of the year by TIME, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Stereogum, and more, it marks the latest installment in a storied career that spanned seven number-one solo albums, 10 number-one radio singles. , more than 70 prestigious awards, and countless sales certifications, earning him praise from NPR’s ACM Entertainer of the Year as “the most compelling country star of his generation.”

Also added, “Whether it’s challenging conventional notions of gender in her recent Top 10 ‘If I Was A Cowboy,’ or using her vocals to write and record the inclusive anthem Y’All Means All for Netflix’s final season “Queer Eye,” the Texas native continues to expand the tent of the country genre via her music.

What do you think of the 2023 program? You are welcome to drop your opinions in the comments section below.