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Bryan, HARDY, Old Dominion headline Watershed

Wednesday, January 17, 2024 – Watershed Festival announced today that Luke Bryan, HARDY and Old Dominion will headline the Watershed Festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Wash. on from Aug. 2-4.

The three-day, two-stage festival's main stage will host 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.

Gearing up for its' 12th year, Watershed also presentws newcomers to the second stage lineup, the "Next From Nashville" stage. 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 will play Next Freom Nashville.

Passes for the highly-anticipated summer event will go on-sale beginning next Friday, Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. eastern at Self-proclaimed "Shedders" and equally-excited artists gather every year to enjoy the festival's "tough to beat" (Rolling Stone) scenery that is both "a sonic and visual treat" (Billboard), alongside an eclectic lineup that includes the genre's biggest stars and hottest emerging acts. Quickly becoming a staple to George, WA and marking an end of summer event, passes for the unrivaled experience often sell out in minutes.

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