Music

Wyatt Flores, Dasha, Dylan Gossett Elevate Spotify House’s 2024 CMA Fest Lineup

The annual showcase Spotify House will return to the Ole Red honky-tonk in Nashville for CMA Fest 2024. Marking its fifth year, the event will pack dozens of performances into its schedule across three days from Thursday, June 6, through Saturday, June 8. This year’s lineup includes appearances from Luke Bryan, Lady A, Cole Swindell, Brett Young, and other well-known stars, but it’s the focus on up-and-coming breakouts like Wyatt Flores, Dylan Gossett, and “Austin” singer Dasha that give this year’s lineup its fresh edge.

Also taking the main stage are Ashley McBryde, Little Big Town, Breland, and Mickey Guyton, along with Corey Kent, Danielle Bradbery, Dustin Lynch, Ella Langley, Jon Pardi, Jordan Davis, Koe Wetzel, Avery Anna, Lauren Watkins, Lily Rose, Mackenzie Carpenter, Mason Ramsey, Matt Schuster, Michael Warren, Midland, Mitchell Tenpenny, Old Dominion, Owen Riegling, Parker McCollum, Riley Green, Russell Dickerson, Sam Barber, and Tucker Wetmore. Former Florida Georgia Line partners Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard will also perform — albeit on different days.

Additional performers will be announced in the lead-up to Spotify House’s 2024 iteration at CMA Fest.

Trending

The lineup for CMA Fest itself was announced in March. Hardy, Lainey Wilson, Kelsea Ballerini, Megan Moroney, Parker McCollum, Jelly Roll, and Brothers Osborne are set to perform at the nightly concerts at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium from Thursday, June 6, through Sunday night, June 9. Luke Bryan and Keith Urban, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and more will also play the festival’s biggest stage.

Spotify House will open daily at 10 a.m. and run to 2 a.m. All shows are free and open to the public, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Articles You May Like

Mike Flanagan’s ‘Exorcist’ Movie Sets Appropriately Spooky 2026 Release Date
‘Circles’ – Sequel to the 2015 Horror Movie ‘Circle’ in the Works
Billy the Kid Season 2 Episode 7 Review: The Blood-Soaked Bible
Armie Hammer Says He’s ‘Grateful’ For Cannibalism Accusations
Michael B. Jordan Knows What It’s Like To Grind It Out At The Gym Just For The Sake Of Movie Posters: ‘It Becomes A Job Sometimes’