Willie Nelson performs at the Producers & Engineers Wing 12th Annual GRAMMY Week Celebration at the Village Studio on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

Willie Nelson, Hank Williams Jr. to Headline Born & Raised Festival in Oklahoma


Willie Nelson and Hank Williams, Jr. are set to headline the Born & Raised Festival, a three-day music festival in Pryor, Oklahoma. Billed as "a weekend of music and camping for the outlaw in all of us," the festival runs through June 5 through June 7 and will also feature performances from Jamey Johnson, Whiskey Myers, Blackberry Smoke, Margo PriceRandy Rogers BandShooter Jennings, Jack Ingram, Kendell Marvel and more.

"Born & Raised Music Festival came to life with an idea to celebrate Outlaw, Texas, and Red Dirt country music. To us, there is no better place to have it than deep in the heart of Oklahoma, the birthplace of Red Dirt," Festival Producer Mike DuCharme of AEG Presents said in a statement. "These genres are showing a resurgence right now on the music scene. People want to celebrate their roots and listen to music that reminds them where they were born and raised. When looking to kick off year one of this event we could think of nobody better than Willie Nelson and Hank Williams Jr. to headline each day."

Weekend General Admission Passes start at $89.50 with reserved seating starting at $159.50. VIP packages start at $469.50. Discounted passes for military and first responders are available and start at $79.50.

Presale passes are on-sale starting Wednesday, Feb. 12. Early bird prices are available on Friday, Feb. 14.


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Born & Raised Festival Line-Up

Willie Nelson & Family
Hank Williams Jr.
Jamey Johnson
Whiskey Myers
Blackberry Smoke
Margo Price
Randy Rogers Band
Shooter Jennings
Parker McCollum
Stoney Larue
Jack Ingram
Hayes Carll
William Clark Green
Cody Canada & The Departed
Paul Cauthen
Flatland Cavalry
The Band of Heathens
Shane Smith & The Saints
Bottle Rockets
Mike and The Moonpies
Zach Bryan
Elizabeth Cook
Kendell Marvel
Tim Montana
Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights

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