Dierks Bentley’s Seven Peaks Fest announces second stage lineup

Previously announced Main Stage sets include Bentley, Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, Jon Pardi and more

Dierks Bentley and the world’s leading live entertainment company Live Nation have revealed the Whiskey Row Stage lineup, offering a stacked list of hand-curated artists ahead of the second-annual Seven Peaks Music Festival. The stage, which has already grown a reputation for providing “an eclectic mix of contemporary country artists and Bentley’s bluegrass heroes,” (Rolling Stone) will host artists Clare Dunn, HARDY, Lauren Jenkins, Larkin Poe, Kendell Marvel, Rapidgrass, Teddy Robb, Seaforth, Chris Shiflett and Rita Wilson.

Recently spotlighted by Esquire as one of ten “Can’t-Miss” all-genre festivals, Seven Peaks Music Festival “does it all: offers a stunning location for shows, pairs it with a killer lineup… and slathers on the extracurriculars” with passes for the Labor Day weekend event (Aug 30th-Sep 1st) taking place in Buena Vista, CO on sale now at sevenpeaksfestival.com.

In addition to the Whiskey Row stage, the previously announced main stage lineup is made up of some of country music’s hottest and most diverse, including Bentley, Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, Jon Pardi and Mitchell Tenpenny, along with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ryan Hurd, Steep Canyon Rangers, The War and Treaty, Tenille Townes and Caylee Hammack. Additionally, last year’s highlight, Friday’s Hot Country Night, is set to return this year with Travis Tritt, Tracy Lawrence, Diamond Rio and Deana Carter, and will feature a special performance by Bentley’s own Hot Country Knights.

Fans can also expect multiple fringe activities across the weekend including the return of the Somewhere On A Beach Party and Late Night At Whiskey Row, with AYDAMN spinning all the fan-favorites. ATV Tours, inflatable kayaking, whitewater rafting and more will also be available.

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.