Zach Bryan, without a doubt, has rocketed towards country music superstardom faster than anybody in recent memory, and he’ll be able to notch another festival on his belt with San Diego’s “Wild Horses” festival this upcoming December.
The newly-developed one day festival is now entering into its third installment with this year’s edition at Petco Park, which is promising to be the biggest yet.
And why wouldn’t it be? If you have the hottest act in the business headlining it, it has no choice but to be great.
Bryan is currently on his first arena tour, The Burn, Burn, Burn Tour, which is making stops all across the country and breaking attendance records as we speak. Though it is set to rap up in August, this “Wild Horses Fest” in San Diego acts as a makeshift added date to Bryan’s arena run.
Bryan is even already set to make some stops at festivals this summer, playing at the Railbird Festival in Lexington, KY (June 3), Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI (July 7), Windy City Smokeout in Chicago, IL (July 13), Under the Big Sky Festival in Whitefish, MT (July 14-16), Rock The South in Cullman, AL (July 20-22), and Hinterland Music Festival in Charles, IA (August 5).
Bryan shot out a poster for his tour, including all of the announced dates, back in January:
As for “Wild Horses,” the festival prides itself in showcasing the Modern West’s classic sounds and bringing the style to the shores of the Pacific.
The one day festival on December 30th which sets to be an unforgettable experience for all ages will lean heavily (and happily) on Bryan’s star power in his first West Coast stadium show, but he won’t be alone in playing the event.
Joining in on the fun at San Diego’s Petco Park will be Ohio trio CAAMP, while the Americana quartet and fellow San Diegans The Silent Comedy along with another country favorite singer-songwriter, Sierra Ferrell.
Presale for “Wild Horses” begins on June 7th at 2 p.m CST, with general public sales beginning on June 9th at 2 p.m. CST.