Mercury Nashville signing Priscilla Block and Big Machine Label Group prospect Callista Clark are among the artists set to perform on the Next From Nashville stage at the Watershed Music and Camping Festival in George, WA from July 30 to August 1.
Other emerging names taking the stage will include Ashland Craft, Shy Carter, Jackson Dean, Ross Ellis, Alex Hall, Laine Hardy, Willie Jones, Kylie Morgan, Reyna Roberts, Payton Smith, Brittney Spencer, Alana Springsteen, Temecula Road, and Tiera.
The main stage at Watershed will feature headliners Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw, and Thomas Rhett. Other major stars on that stage over the weekend will include Kelsea Ballerini, Gabby Barrett, Blanco Brown, Billy Currington, Russell Dickerson, Lindsay Ell, Morgan Evans, Hardy, Randy Houser, Ned LeDoux, Ashley McBryde, Jon Pardi, and DeeJay Silver.
Block, whose six-song, self-titled EP featuring the lead song “Wish You Were The Whiskey” is on release, will play the event as part of a busy summer and autumn schedule. She’s also part of the Let Freedom Sing! event on Lower Broadway in Nashville on July 4, headlined by Brad Paisley and also featuring Lily Hiatt, Regi Wootten and Friends, and the Nashville Symphony. It’s being billed as the city’s “first major post-pandemic event.” Block is also special guest on Ashley McBryde’s extensive This Town Talks tour from August 17.
Teenager Clark has been making waves at radio with with features in major publications, among other coverage, with “It‘s ’Cause I Am,” from her Real To Me EP. She’s also part of an Independence Day celebration, tomorrow (2) in Warner Robins, GA and has various other shows booked including the Big Machine Label Group Grand Prix in Nashville on August 8.
General admission passes for the Watershed Music and Camping Festival are from $215, with VIP Club reserved seating from $775. Visit the official website for more information on Watershed.