After an incredible inaugural year that welcomed 50,000 fans, GoldenSky Country Music Festival is headed back to Sacramento in 2023 with a massive lineup led by ERIC CHURCH, Sacramento’s own JON PARDI, MAREN MORRIS and PARKER MCCOLLUM.
The second annual event, produced by Danny Wimmer Presents in partnership with Visit Sacramento, will return to its home at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA over the weekend of October 14th & 15th. The packed entertainment lineup also includes JORDAN DAVIS, COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME MEMBER WYNONNA JUDD, LAINEY WILSON, ELLE KING, ELI YOUNG BAND, NIKO MOON, INGRID ANDRESS, NATE SMITH, ADAM DOLEAC, FRANK RAY, TENILLE ARTS, DRAKE MILLIGAN, MEGAN MORONEY, KIDD G, WILLIE JONES, LAKEVIEW and AVERY ANNA.
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We’re thrilled to partner with DWP to bring the West Coast’s premier country music experience back to Sacramento. This year’s incredible lineup, coupled with unique local activations and Sacramento as the backdrop will make for an unforgettable weekend. We can’t wait to welcome music fans from across the country back to our city.Mike Testa – Visit Sacramento President & CEO
In addition to nearly two dozen music artists over two days, GoldenSky Country Music Festival will also feature an array of on-site experiences, including:
GoldenSky Beer Festival: The “festival within the festival” will showcase the best local, regional and national tastes with over 150 different selections of beer, hard seltzer and ciders each day. Open daily from 11:45 AM – 2:45 PM to patrons 21+.
GoldenSky Country Music Festival debuted in 2022 with 50,000 people in attendance for two full days of music, craft beer, farm-to-fork food and more. GoldenSky 2022 featured a spectacular lineup of top country music artists performing on three stages, including headliners Tim McGraw and Sam Hunt as well as Brothers Osborne, Midland, Carly Pearce, Parmalee, Michael Ray, Diamond Rio, Brian Kelley, Lindsay Ell and many more. The festival received rave reviews from patrons and the media and had a substantial economic impact on the Sacramento community.