Gordy’s HWY30 Music Fest Texas Edition is NOT messing around.
Late in 2022, Gordy’s Hwy 30 Fest not only announced the festival lineup for Idaho but also excitedly announced that they are expanding to Texas for a second edition of the beloved festival in the fall.
The Idaho festival (one of the best in the country every year) will feature the likes of Whiskey Myers, Shane Smith & the Saints, Kolby Cooper, The Steel Woods, Ella, Jackson Dean, Read Southall Band, Giovannie and the Hired Guns, Muscadine Bloodline, Pecos and the Rooftops, Tanner Ursey, Dylan Wheeler and more.
However, down in Texas, they’re bringing one of the biggest acts in the business…
Taking place October 19th through the 22nd at Texas Motor Speedway, they have slowly been dropping artists that will appear on stage, most recently announcing that Zach Bryan will be the headliner for Friday, October 20th.
This is major.
“Zach Bryan is the FIRST Friday Headliner at this October’s HWY30 Texas Edition in DFW. We are PUMPED to have such a great talent join the HWY 30 Family.”
Festival founder, Gordy Schroeder, noted:
“We are thrilled with our continued momentum of securing artists for the Texas location of Hwy 30 and are especially elated to have Zach Bryan on board.
Like us, Zach Bryan is a champion of the ‘little guys’ and recognizes the importance of his fans and goes great lengths to give everyone the fair opportunity to experience great music.”
Gordy’s Hwy 30 is anticipating that four day weekend will draw up to 60,000 fans to the speedway.
In addition to seeing Zach Bryan, visitors will also see Cody Jinks headline on Saturday with additional performances from Brothers Osborne, Ashely McBryde, Lowdown Drifters, Kat Hasty, and Ray Wylie Hubbard, with many more to be revealed.
Y’all better snag your tickets fast.
Idaho has a limited number available for this summer, and the Texas lineup thus far is about to draw a Texas-sized crowd.
Here is a little throwback from this past summer when Bryan was last in DFW at Billy Bob’s… next go around, he’s about to have a helluva bigger stage.