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Buckle & Boots have announced their DAY SPLITS and the addition of country singer-songwriter and vocal powerhouse Austin Jenckes. The Seattle born performer is no stranger to UK audiences having played at C2C London and The Long Road Festival as well as touring these shores with Ashley McBryde in May last year to great applause.

Jenckes joins a stellar line-up for 2023, taking place over the bank holiday weekend of the 25th – 28th May at Whitebottom Farm near Manchester. Continuing their loyal commitment to supporting homegrown talent, as well as introducing rising stars from across the pond to a UK fan base, this year once again sees an array of talent from all over the world, including America, Australia, Canada and the Netherlands.

Attendees will be treated to performances from Kentucky duo Everette, CCMA and JUNO Award winner Aaron Goodvin and B&B favourite Jeremy McComb

There will be a special songwriters round on display as D. Vincent Williams (Rascal Flatts, James Otto, Ty Herndon), Trick Savage (Trisha Yearwood, Ashley McBryde, Eric Church) and Blue Foley (Ashley McBryde) roll into the farm for their UK debut. Having written for some of the biggest talent in Nashville it’s sure to be a jewel in the line-up.

Buckle & Boots will once more welcome some of the best UK talent to their stages this summer with Katy HurtMatt Hodgesand Two Ways Home all making an appearance. They will be joined by the popular country supergroup The Honkytonk Roadshow and a special performance by the newly formed The Country Orchestra.

Full weekend tickets currently on sale starting from just £110 for adults and £55 for 15 and under, with individual DAY TICKETS released at 9am on TODAY (Friday 24th March).

All the details, including camping and glamping info, as well as festival guidelines can be found at

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