Brandi Carlile and Dierks Bentley are set to headline Atlanta’s Shaky Boots Festival, which will return for 2020 after a five-year hiatus.
Set for May 8-9 at Atlanta’s Central Park, the country festival will feature more than 20 acts on two stages, with no overlapping sets.
Friday’s lineup will include Carlile, along with John Prine, Alison Krauss, Gary Allan, Tanya Tucker, Colter Wall, Kendell Marvel, Natalie Hemby and more. Saturday’s lineup will include Bentley with Dwight Yoakam, Jamey Johnson, Morgan Wallen, Clint Black, Rita Wilson, Alex Hall, and more.
“I’m thrilled to be bringing back Shaky Boots Festival in 2020. I have always felt that Georgia needed a music festival that spans across the multiple genres embedded within country music, and Shaky Boots aims to do just that. There will definitely be something for everyone,” says Shaky Boots founder, Tim Sweetwood.
The two-day festival will include food vendors from the Atlanta area, as well as on-site activities. Fans can also bring their own chairs to relax in a designated chair zone. General admission tickets will include a private retreat with seating, shade and restrooms as well as complimentary water and soft drinks and a full-service cash bar.
VIP Tickets include prime viewing areas at both festival stages, as well as a viewing platform with premium sight-lines at the Peachtree Stage, access to two VIP lounges with seating, premium restrooms, food for purchase, complimentary bites at the Peachtree Lounge, full-service cash bars, complimentary beer, water and more.
Platinum Tickets include exclusive viewing areas at both stages, a private viewing deck with elevated sightlines of the main stage, side-stage viewing at the main stage, access to the Platinum Lounge featuring relax seating, a full-service open bar, complimentary bites, catered dinner, premium restrooms, daily acoustic performances by select Shaky Boots artists, concierge services, access to all VIP and GA+ areas and more!
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