Miranda Lambert and Nathan Carter to headline brand new Irish county music festival

Miranda Lambert and Nathan Carter to headline brand new Irish county music festival

First think Electric Picnic, then think country music and there you have it, Harvest 2017.

The brand new country music festival announced for Ireland, with some very exciting headline guests - international multi-platinum and award-winning country superstar Miranda Lambert and country music singing sensation Nathan Carter.

And that’s only the beginning.

As well as artists from USA and the UK, the festival will also feature homegrown talent including Cliona Hagan, Pete Kennedy and Hurricane Highway.

Ward Thomas and Jack Carter have also been added to the line up with more artists to be announced over the coming weeks.

The festival will be two days of live entertainment that will take place in two different locations on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August at both Westport House, County Mayo and Enniskillen Airport, County Fermanagh.

It will feature over 30 acts at each festival across three music stages, dedicated dancing sessions, a food village, boutique camping, campervan facilities and family friendly zones.

Tickets go on sale Monday 12 December at 9:00am available from all usual Ticketmaster outlets.

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