2024 Faster Horses Festival Lineup Revealed: HARDY, Lainey Wilson, Jelly Roll And More
The three-day event will return to the Michigan International Speedway.
HARDY, Lainey Wilson, Jelly Roll; Photos Courtesy of Andrew Wendowski
Faster Horses Music and Camping Festival has announced their 2024 lineup with first-time headliners HARDY, Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson. The 11th annual event will return to the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI for three days of camping, country music, community and fun.
2024 Faster Horses Lineup
Kicking off on Friday, July 19 through Sunday, July 21, the festival’s Main Stage will feature performances by Sawyer Brown, Ashley Cooke, Jackson Dean, Old Dominion, ERNEST, Tigirlily Gold, Riley Green, Tyler Hubbard, Cody Johnson, Alexandra Kay, Shane Smith & The Saints, DJ Rod Youree and Zach Top.
Introducing Country Newcomers On The “Next From Nashville” Stage
Also making a comeback this year is the beloved “Next From Nashville” stage, which is geared towards introducing fans to a slew of country music’s hottest rising acts. The stacked lineup of talent includes Tanner Adell, Avery Anna, Graham Barham, Sadie Bass, Annie Bosko, Aidan Canfield, Jade Eagleson, HunterGirl, Samantha McKaige, Meg McRee, Josh Ross, Austin Williams, Anne Wilson, Stephen Wilson Jr. and Jake Worthington.
With the 2024 festival quickly approaching, Alexandra Kay took a moment to reflect on her first appearance that took place two years ago and how those memories have only elevated her excitement for this year’s event. She wrote, “I’ll never forget my first Faster Horses! 2 years ago I was on the Next From Nashville stage 🤘🐎 Now LOOK at us in 2024 playing the MAIN STAGE with this incredible lineup!! I’m so excited to be a part of this in July.”
Other first-timers like Zach Top and Graham Barham expressed the same enthusiasm following the announcement of this year’s lineup.
Top wrote, “Michigan, can’t wait to bring cold beer and country music up to the mitten for @fasterhorsesfestival,” while Barham shared, “I’ve had a dream of playing this festival. Now we get to live it! Holy freakin Faster Horses thank y’all so much for having me!! SEE Y’ALL THIS SUMMER!!🐎🐎”
Changes To Note
According to a statement shared with music lovers via the Faster Horses official Instagram, the team behind the festival shared that they are “excited to roll out the 11th annual Faster Horses Festival! The entire community is what makes this Music & Camping tradition special to everyone; from fans, to artists, to all the staff behind the scenes.”
The statement then made future festival goers aware of the changes being made this year in regard to pass prices. “All passes will now INCLUDE service fees in the price shown to you (as opposed to being added during the checkout process). Shipping and optional insurance or Layaway fees will be added at checkout.”
In conclusion, the company reiterated that they “love celebrating this amazing festival with every one of you and can’t wait to see you this July!”
2024 Ticket Sale Dates
Faster Horses fans will have the option to purchase from four experience levels including general admission and VIP options, as well as high end suites.
Three-day festival passes and camping for the one-of-a-kind experience will go on-sale to the general public beginning Friday, February 9 at 10am ET at FasterHorsesFestival.com.
As for Fester Horses Alumni, these returning festivalgoers will have the chance to purchase the same campsite they had in 2023 beginning on Friday, January 26 at 10am ET, running through Friday, February 2 at 6pm ET. Additionally, alumni will get early access to purchasing a new campsite and/or festival passes beginning Tuesday, February 6 at 10am ET through Thursday, February 8 at 11:59pm ET.
This star-studded lineup will follow the 10th anniversary of the event, which has previously been dubbed ACM “Festival Of The Year.” Last year, fans were treated to headliners Luke Bryan, Shania Twain and Zac Brown Band.
For more information on the 2024 Faster Horses Music and Camping festival, visit FasterHorsesFestival.com,
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.