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Luke Bryan, HARDY & Old Dominion Lead Washington’s 2024 Watershed Festival Lineup

Now in its 12th year, the Live Nation-backed Watershed Festival will return to Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington, Aug. 2-4 for a weekend of music and camping, and boasting a lineup spearheaded by two-time CMA entertainer of the year Luke Bryan, reigning ACM artist-songwriter of the year HARDY, and current CMA vocal group of the year Old Dominion.

This year’s lineup marks a return for Bryan, who had to abruptly cancel his Watershed headlining slot last year due to illness. (Lainey Wilson had stepped into the headliner slot in Bryan’s absence last year.)

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The three-day, two-stage festival will also feature performances from Maddie & Tae, The Cadillac Three, Terri Clark, Ashland Craft, Riley Green, Brian Kelley, Pecos & The Rooftops, Dee Jay Silver, Josh Ross, Dylan Scott, Cole Swindell, Zach Top and Koe Wetzel.

In addition to mainstage performers, the festival will also highlight an array of newcomers on its “Next From Nashville” stage. This year’s lineup includes Kassi Ashton, Graham Barham, Sadie Bass, Annie Bosko, Aidan Canfield, Jade Eagleson, Mae Estes, Zandi Holup, Greylan James, Meg McRee, Madeline Merlo, Meghan Patrick, Matt Schuster, Austin Williams and Jake Worthington. 

Since its inaugural year in 2012, the festival has grown to become a heralded end-of-summer bash, annually drawing nearly 30,000 music lovers to the area.

Last year, the lineup also featured headliners Keith Urban and Cody Johnson. The inaugural event, held in 2012, featured artists including Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert.

Festival passes will go on sale starting Friday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. PT at WatershedFest.com.

See the full lineup below:

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