Ridin' Hearts Festival To Return For Its Second Year This November

May 31, 2024 - News

After its successful first iteration last November, tour promoters Frontier Touring have confirmed the return of Ridin’ Hearts festival.

The brand-new country music festival was headlined by Bailey Zimmerman off the back of his massive debut album, Religiously. In addition to the Louisville star, Ridin’ Hearts locked in American heavyweights Danielle Bradbery, Sam Barber, Matt Schuster, Alana Springsteen and VAVO, as well as local favourites Zac & George, Seaforth, and Sara Berki.

READ MORE: Four Things We Learned From Bailey Zimmerman Ahead Of Ridin’ Hearts Festival

Ridin’ Hearts will return this November, with venues, the line-up, and ticketing information coming soon. What we know so far is that the festival will take place in Sydney on Saturday, 2 November, and Melbourne on Sunday,3 November.

Chugg Music’s eponymous Michael Chugg said of introducing a festival like Ridin’ Hearts to Australian audiences ahead of last year’s debut:

“This festival is a first of its kind, a unique opportunity to witness the domination of country music in Australia. We’re thrilled to bring together a mix of established country artists and emerging talents, creating an unforgettable day of music, fun and authentic country experiences.”

Susan Heymann, the Chief Operating Officer at Frontier Touring, added, “The popularity of country music is no longer a secret; the audience is growing and is more far-reaching than ever, so it’s time for something for the fans in the city.

“Ridin’ Hearts is a fresh festival experience for long-time country loyalists and the country curious. Alongside CMC Rocks, Ridin’ Hearts is set to become another unmissable event for Australian country music fans and the perfect stage for international artists to play in front of Australia’s most passionate music fans.”

You can sign up for festival updates and the Heartbreakers pre-sale for Ridin’ Hearts 2024 here.

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