From CHESCO: Superstars of Country Music to Headline Three-Day Festival This Summer in Glenmoore

Toby Keith

Country music superstars Alabama, Toby Keith, and Brad Paisley will headline a new, three-day country music festival coming to Chester County’s Brandywine Valley from Aug. 24-26.

Heralded as “the greatest country band of all time,” Alabama will headline on Aug. 24. Toby Keith, one of the modern era’s biggest superstars, will headline on Aug. 25. And singer, songwriter, and guitarist Brad Paisley will headline on Aug. 26.

Held at Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show Grounds in Glenmoore and hosted by the Chester County Conference and Visitors Bureau, the festival will feature more than 20 country music artists on two stages.

The remainder of the lineup will be announced at a later date.

While great music is the main attraction, concert-goers will be treated to a spectacular festival experience, a country music celebration with an array of activities, food, and libations to please every palate.

The country music spectacular comes to Chester County from the producer of Country Summer, Northern California’s biggest country music festival celebrating its fifth annual event in June.

“It’s exciting to expand our portfolio to the East Coast,” said Alan Jacoby, Impact Entertainment’s executive producer. “Our goal is to create the Mid-Atlantic region’s foremost annual country music festival.”

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