Nashville, TN – February 19, 2020 – TrailBlazer Music Festival, formerly known as Taste of Country Music Festival, revealed the lineup for its inaugural “Next From Nashville” stage today. The stage will offer a taste-making selection of Nashville’s hottest up-and-coming acts including Avenue Beat, Ashland Craft, Filmore, Larry Fleet, Alex Hall, Caroline Jones, Trea Landon, Niko Moon, Kylie Morgan, Brandon Ratcliff, Teddy Robb, Dan Smalley, Sykamore and Hailey Whitters.
Previously announced acts for the three-day camping festival’s main stage include headliners Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan and Thomas Rhett along with Kelsea Ballerini, Gabby Barrett, Blanco Brown, Clare Dunn, HARDY, Jon Langston, Dylan Scott, Matt Stell, Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three and more.
The picturesque and mountainous festival will take place June 12-14 at the Hunter Mountain Resort in Hunter, NY, just 100 miles North of New York City. Passes are available now at TrailBlazerFest.com. Fans are encouraged to buy early as 3-day GA passes will increase to $214 plus applicable fees on February 29.
Recently declared as one of Esquire’s “Seven best music festivals of 2020, that are actually worth your time, money, and effort,” fans can look forward to the festival’s second stage “where up-and-comers are given a chance to introduce their music in between sets by veteran acts,” (Rolling Stone), enhanced VIP festival packages, and brand new glamping options.
The Hunter Mountain Resort “showcases the commanding authority of the Catskill Mountains; lets music lovers bask in warm days and crisp nights; and reminds us all just how far the region’s artistic legacy extends” all while festival goers enjoy “some of the industry’s biggest acts” (Poughkeepsie Journal). As fans return to the campgrounds for the region’s biggest summer “mecca” (The Journal News), they can expect the best festivities yet with new food options, interactive experiences and so much more.
TrailBlazer Music Festival is part of Live Nation’s premiere family of country music festivals across the country, including Faster Horses in Brooklyn, MI, Tortuga Music Festival in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Seven Peaks Music Festival in Denver, CO and Watershed Music and Camping Festival in George, WA. For more information visit: TrailBlazerFest.com. Join in the conversation on Twitter @TrailBlazerFest, Instagram @trailblazerfest, Facebook: facebook.com/TrailBlazerFest.