Laurel Cove Music Festival Features A Stellar Lineup Of Artists In The Heart Of Appalachia, And You Don’t Want To Miss It

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Laurel Cove Music Festival is once again bringing it with a stellar lineup for 2024.

Slated for June 7th and 8th in Pineville, Kentucky, this festival is very unique in that it’s hyper-focused on showcasing some of the best up-and-coming and underground musical talent from Appalachia and beyond.

You won’t find a group of artists like it on any other festival lineup this year, and it’s refreshing to see so many independent and younger artists on a bill like this… in my opinion, that’s what sets it apart and makes it so special.

In addition, Laurel Cove has a super unique venue at the Laurel Cove Amphitheater nestled in the beautiful mountains of southeastern Kentucky, which is a stunning backdrop and perfect setting for all of the incredible music you’ll hear throughout the weekend.

And by great music, I mean that the Red Clay Strays and Wyatt Flores will each headline for the first time, along with performances from Drayton Farley, Pony Bradshaw, Kat Hasty, John R. Miller, Taylor Hunnicutt, Miles Miller, Tim Goodin, Luna & The Mountain Jets, Jake Kohn, Kindred Valley, Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle, Eric Bolander, Grayson Jenkins, Nat Myers, Geno Seale, The Psych Peas, Jonathan Peyton, Smilo + The Ghost, Brennan Edwards, Dave Shoemaker, Noeline Hofman, Chris Huntt, Jr., Connor Dale & Rachel Messer, Adam Bolt, Emily Jamerson, Bill Taylor, Hannah Howard and Sam Eplin.

While there are already some great festivals slated for this summer, I’d highly suggest making Laurel Cove a priority if you’re into authentic, real music, from country, to Americana, to folk, to roots rock, and bluegrass.

All information about the festival can be found at, and the remaining tickets left go on sale tonight at 6PM EST.

They’re limited, so I’d highly suggest buying them as soon as possible before the festival fully sells out (and it will).

You can check out the 2023 recap video below.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock