Country LakeShake announces Next from Nashville artists
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
– Chicago's Country LakeShake revealed this year's lineup for the launch pad "Next from Nashville" stage today.
The side stage is designed to feature new artists at the fest coming June 21-23.
Kassi Ashton, Austin Burke, Travis Denning, Clare Dunn, Ross Ellis, Caylee Hammack, Hardy, Levi Hummon, Elizabeth Lyons, Jobi Riccio, Seaforth, Matt Stell, Rachel Wammack, Waterloo Revival and Rita Wilson will play the Next from Nashville stage.
Previously announced headliners including Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert also featuring Pistol Annies and Keith Urban for the festival at Huntington Bank Pavilion on Northerly Island.
Joining the headliners on the main stage are Lauren Alaina, Clint Black, Danielle Bradbery, Lindsay Ell, Jon Langston, Midland, Maren Morris, Cassadee Pope, Granger Smith featuring Earl Dibbles Jr, Mitchell Tenpenny and Brett Young.
Country LakeShake is part of Live Nation's country music festivals, including Watershed in George, Wash.; Faster Horses in Brooklyn, Mich.; Tortuga Music Festival in Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. and Seven Peaks Music Festival in Denver.
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