Tanya Tucker is the latest addition to the bill for the second annual Born & Raised Music Festival, which takes place from September 16-18 in Pryor, Oklahoma. She joins a line-up featuring Brothers Osborne, Margo Price, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and countless others.
The festival, which takes place at the Pryor Creek Music Festival Grounds, debuted last year as a new celebration of outlaw, Texas and red dirt country, Zach Bryan will headline the Friday night (16), with Cody Jinks topping the Saturday bill and Lynyrd Skynyrd the Sunday. More than 35 acts are scheduled for the event.
Tucker is on the Saturday line-up, which also features Hubbard, Price, Brothers Osborne, Flatland Cavalry, Natalie Hemby, and Hold My Beer & Watch This, featuring Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen. Other performers across the weekend include the Randy Rogers Band, Mike and the Moonpies, the Josh Abbott Band, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, American Aquarium, Joshua Ray Walker, and the Band of Heathens.
Weekend passes and single day GA passes are now available along with further ticket information. A full weekend pass allows access to the Friday Night Honky Tonk, “the party before the party,” described by organizers as “the place to wind up and let loose once you’ve arrived in Pryor.” Festival-goers can add a Red River Saloon VIP pass to receive catered lunch and dinner and non-alcoholic drinks on Saturday and Sunday, and exclusive access to private, unplugged sessions with Born & Raised artists hosted by Jamie Lin Wilson.
The event is produced by AEG Presents and Pryor Creek Music Festivals, who last year presented a line-up featuring ZZ Top, Blackberry Smoke, Lucinda Williams, Hayes Carll, Nikki Lane, Parker McCollum and more.
Turnuptheamp.com commented of the first festival: “The music was a mix of well-known and up and coming artists, and festival-goers spoke of the campgrounds and how they spent more time than usual there, foregoing music to hang out longer with new and old friends.”
Buy or stream Tanya Tucker’s 2020 Live From The Troubadour album.