The Long Road has announced the second wave of artists for the inaugural festival, taking place in Leicestershire this September.
Charlie Worsham, Joshua Hedley, Elizabeth Cook, Caroline Spence, Zack Logan, Dori Freeman, American Young, Ward Thomas, Luke Winslow-King, Jarrod Dickenson, Dimpker Brothers and Andy Brown have all been added to the already star-studded line-up.
The new additions join previously announced acts such as Lee Ann Womack, Billy Bragg, Angaleena Presley, The Shires, Catherine McGrath, The Wandering Hearts, Una Healy and Danielle Bradbery.
The Long Road takes place within the grounds of Stanford Hall in Leicestershire from 7th to 9th September 2018. The festival is curated by Tennessee-born country music specialist and radio presenter Baylen Leonard and it features five stages of live outdoor music along with a wide range of outdoor activities.
The festival has partnered with organisations including BBC Music Introducing, who will host a stage fronted by presenter of BBC Radio 2’s weekly country show Bob Harris showcasing a selection of up and coming country and Americana acts.
The Birthplace of Country Music, The Bluegrass Situation (BGS), The Americana Music Association UK, and independent UK label Loose Records, will also all be involved in bringing artists to the festival to showcase talent from across the spectrum of country, Americana and roots music.
The Long Road will take place at Stanford Hall in Leicestershire from 7th to 9th September 2018. Day tickets start at £42.50*, Weekend No Camping tickets at £90* and Weekend Camping tickets start at £110* (*plus booking fees).