CINCINNATI -- Much to the delight of music fans across the Tri-State, Willie Nelson will join a star-studded cast for the Buckle Up Music Festival .
The longtime country star, who recently appeared on the Grammys, will be joined by Jamey Johnson, festival officials announced Thursday.
Other big names coming the to festival in July include:
- The Railers
- The Band Perry
- Eli Young Band
- Natalie Stovall and the Drive
- J.T. Hodges
- The Lone Bellow
The festival will run July 18-20, the weekend after the Bunbury Music festival.
Billed as a riverfront music featuring Country, Folk, Bluegrass, Americana, Roots, Rock and more.
Tickets for the event are already on sale and will be $55 for a one-day ticket or $130 for a three-day pass.
The festival is also still accepting submissions for 2014 from local artists but the deadline is Friday. Interested artists should click here for more: http://cloudpresskit.com/
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