Are there any country festivals in the UK?

Hell, yeah! We have seen the emergence of many festivals over the last few years, with many of them offering a stage for both modern-country music and traditional honky tonk. Scroll through and see which event takes your fancy!

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A three-day, camping festival, celebrating the music, lifestyle and influences of country music. You'll find square dance and lasso workshops, fire performances and a classic American car show, along with a mixture of modern and classic country acts playing from morning till' night. 

 

Find out more here.

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Looking for a more intimate event? Head to the Manchester countryside for the small but lively Buckle & Boots festival where you'll find UK Country artists share the stage with performers from the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe.

Find out more here.

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Red Rooster is a weekend of Rhythm and Blues, Americana, Soul, Roots and Country music in the heart of Suffolk County. 

It's designed to be a celebration of life, food, and of course music, where guests celebrate the smaller, but more important things in life, like 'a good ol’ rack of ribs soaked in Bourbon, spinning our girls round dancing, and listening to a man sing his heart out on a guitar made out of an old cigar box'.

Find out more here.

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Held in the Kent countryside, Black Deer immerses attendees into a world of Americana and Country. It's all about music, food and storytelling, a festival designed for all the family. 

Find out more here.

This Scottish festival previously started back in 1995 as the Millport Country and Western Weekend. 25 years on, the festival has gone from strength to strength, featuring country music artists from across the UK, Ireland and the US to become one of the most popular festivals on the West Coast of Scotland.

Find out more here.

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Are your friends new to country? Take them along to Dixie Fields, designed to give festival goers a taste of country, and an appreciation for how fast the genre is growing.

Find out more here.

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What to expect: A modern, pop-country line up of artists, where emerging talents get given a stage alongside the new wave of British country music stars. Held at Blackpool's Winter Gardens – so leave your tents and wellies behind.

Find out more here.