The Highways Festival brought the flavour of County and Americana to London as it made its unforgettable debut at the Royal Albert Hall.
The Festival brought together some of Country and Americana’s brightest stars for an electrifying showcase of talent on Saturday night.
The line up included multi-platinum singer/songwriter Kip Moore, who’s fifth studio album, Damn Love is available now.
Morgan Wade who was included on Rolling Stone’s Best Country Albums of the Year list with her debut album and is now readying her anticipated follow-up project, Psychopath, which lands August 25.
Another up name to watch out for in the UK is Jackson Dean who might be a familiar sound as he has featured on the soundtrack for Netflix’s The Ice Road and in an episode of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone, as the stomping Don’t Come Lookin’ has been making its mark as his first single.
The versatile Stephen Wilson Jr. who is not only an accomplished songwriter, Tim McGraw, Caitlyn Smith and Old Dominion to name three, but an Indiana State Golden Gloves finalist and a holder of a degree in Microbiology, his song Year To Be Young 1994 is currently featured on Spotify’s Country Rocks editorial playlist, Apple Music’s 5th Gear editorial playlist.
All delivered captivating performances that left the audience spellbound.
Highways festival provided a unique and immersive experience that showcased a diverse range of talent in every corner of the iconic venue from the legendary auditorium to carefully curated showcases in the adorning rooms.
The festival touched the hearts of both fans and artists alike, bringing a flavour of Country and Americana to the heart of London.
This was truly a first-of-its-kind festival, and fans were able to experience the magic of the Royal Albert Hall like never before.
Live Nation Entertainment and the Royal Albert Hall look forward to bringing Highways back next year.
SIGN UP HERE for Highways 2024.