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Dierks Bentley Announces Inaugural Seven Peaks Music Festival

Dierks Bentley announced his own festival today (April 5th), adding the festival to his summer/fall ‘Mountain High Tour.’ This announcement comes following the announcement of his forthcoming ninth studio album, The Mountain, and his already released Mountain High Tour in support of his new album. Bentley has now officially announced that he created a festival in partnership with Live Nation in Buena Vista, Colorado, later this summer.

Miranda LambertBrothers Osborne, Elle King, Lanco, the Del McCoury Band, Sam Bush, The Cadillac Three and with many more country artists to be revealed in the upcoming weeks. These artists will join Bentley at the 8,000-feet-high festival destination for a three day, multiple stage extravaganza. Bentley also hints that the festival will include a fair amount of jam sessions and collaborations.

“This is a dream come true for me. It’s no secret that I love everything about Colorado…the fans, the venues we’ve played and of course, the landscape. We are bringing it all together with this festival. It’s our own ‘field of dreams,’” Bentley said in a exclusive statement to Billboard who exclusively broke this festival announcement, “where we are putting everything we have into it, with no details overlooked, in hopes it is the ultimate festival experience.”

The Seven Peaks Music Festival is set to take on Labor Day weekend of 2018, Aug. 31-Sept. 2. Weekend passes go on sale on April 20 at 10AM MT, and will be available for purchase here. Festival goers will have an array of camping options, from full-sized RV accommodations to tent grounds. Learn more details here.

See the official announcement video below: 

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