This year's Watershed Festival will certainly be one for the books. Living up to its moniker, this will be the first time in history a country festival has commanded two separate weekends of good times and good music. The anticipated lineup features headliners Jason Aldean, Eric Church and Keith Urban (who will all take the stage both weekends), as well as a bevy of other talent, ranging from feisty newcomers to legendary staples. The two-weekend extravaganza (July 29-31 & August 5-7) will also include performances from Kacey Musgraves, Merle Haggard, Neal McCoy, Brett Eldredge and Tyler Farr.
Both weekends will also highlight budding talent like Brothers Osborne, A Thousand Horses, Jon Pardi, David Nail and newcomer Maren Morris. Travis Tritt will join the roster for only the second string of dates. Additional talent to be announced soon.
Tickets officially go on sale this Friday (January 29) at 10:00 am PST.
The Watershed Festival was founded in 2011 and has also made a name for itself for its alluring and captivating nature surrounding the Gorge Amphitheatre, which overlooks Columbia River in George, Wa.
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