Festivals

Highways Festival – A Festival of Country and Americana at The Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most iconic and magical places to see live music in the UK. Over the past decade we have been very fortunate to see many country artists grace the stage such as Carrie Underwood, The Shires, Little Big Town, Darius Rucker, Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris and more.

This year, on May 20th The Royal Albert Hall plays host to its first Country and Americana Festival and we hope that it is the first if many. In the line up we have Kip Moore as the headliner. Kip Moore has become a firm favourite amongst country music fans within the UK and is absolutely a headline act! Kip’s shows are epic and atmospheric and he really knows how to put on one heck of a country rock show!

Joining Kip will be the magnificent Morgan Wade who has fast become one of the most loved female artists in county music and it isn’t hard to see why. Emotive, powerful songwriting, Morgan Wade is like no other artist and we highly recommend her.

Big Machine Label artist Jackson Dean will also be joining the line up! A first for us live, we very much look forward to catching his set. Jackson’s music has featured on hit show Yellowstone and he will bringing an old school, outlaw sound to the Royal Albert Hall.

Stephen Wilson Jr is a highly talented and sought after singer/songwriter. Having penned songs for the likes of Caitlyn Smith, Old Dominion, ‪Tim McGraw‬, ‪Trace Adkins‬, Chase Bryant, ‪Mackenzie Porter‬, ‪Kameron Marlow, Sixpence None the Richer‬ and ‪Leigh Nash‬, you can expect a phenomenal performance of sensational tracks from Wilson Jr.

More names are soon to be added to the line up. Music won’t just be played in the main hall but also in the adorning rooms.

We cannot wait for what will undoubtedly be a very special event!

Tickets are available here;

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