Palomino Festival launches in July with Musgraves, Nelson, Isbell
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Palomino Festival launches in July with Musgraves, Nelson, Isbell

Monday, March 28, 2022 – The first annual Palomino Festival will be led by Kacey Musgraves, Willie Nelson and The Family and Jason Isbell and The 400 in a day of music on July 9 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Cal.

Others playing the festival are Turnpike Troubadours, Orville Peck, Old Crow Medicine Show, Valerie June, Charley Crockett, Paul Cauthen, Nikki Lane, Morgan Wade, Sierra Ferrell, Langhorne Slim, Amythyst Kiah, Sierra Hull, Low Cut Connie, Jamie Wyatt, Ian Noe, Logan Ledger and The Compton Cowboys

The day of music will be sponsored by Goldenvoice.

Goldenvoice talent buyer Stacy Vee, who also books the company's Stagecoach Festival said, "It has been a dream for as long as I can remember to do a festival taking a modern, fresh approach to today's alt-country music. Artists in the space have been pushing boundaries, creating sounds that are brand new. I wanted to fan these flames and celebrate this changing culture. We at Goldenvoice love doing things 'our own way,' and there are a lot of artists out there right now doing the same thing. We came together to celebrate carving your own path: this is Palomino."

General admission passes start at $179 plus fees, and VIP passes are $399 plus fees. Passes go on sale at 3 p.m. eastern time on April 1.


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