Morgan Wade, Randy Rogers Band, & More to Play Mile 0 Fest 2023

by Clayton Edwards
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We’re halfway through 2022 which means it’s time to start looking forward to next year. For many country music fans, that means planning a trip to Key West, Florida in January for Mile 0 Fest. Since 2018, the festival’s organizers have brought the best names in Americana and Red Dirt to one of Florida’s most beautiful cities. Once there, fans can enjoy a musical experience unlike any other.

Yesterday, as most Americans were getting ready to fire up their grills for the Fourth, the Mile 0 Fest team made a huge announcement. “Here it is!” they said in a tweet attached to the impressive lineup for this year’s five-day event.

In a press release, Mile 0 Fest Founder and CEO Kyle Carter talked a little about what makes this event so special. “The fact that we’re coming into the 6th year of this festival is really astounding, but this reality is not owed to some secret sauce or stroke of luck,” he said. Instead, Carter added, “Our history of success is due to three simple elements – incredible fans, the greatest bands and artists, and one world-class destination city.”

Mile 0 Fest will have more than just music. The festival will also feature several local food vendors alongside local artists selling clothing, jewelry, and more.

Tickets packages for Mile 0 Fest go on sale this Friday, July 8th at 10 am Eastern Time on the festival’s website.

Mile 0 Fest Boasts a Killer Lineup

This year, Mile 0 Fest has a massive lineup packed with Outsider favorites. Cody Canada & The Departed will be there. Additionally, festival attendees will be able to see Morgan Wade, Mike and the Moonpies, RC & The Ambers, Corb Lund, Kaitlin Butts, Muscadine Bloodline, Randy Rogers Band, and many more. It’s going to be one heck of a party.

Right now, we don’t know when each performer will take the stage. What we do know is that Mile 0 Festival put together a lineup packed with must-see artists. Check out the full lineup in alphabetical order below.

Full Lineup

  • Adam Hood
  • American Aquarium
  • Bri Bagwell
  • Cody Canada & The Departed
  • Corb Lund
  • Courtney Patton
  • Dalton Domino
  • Drew Kennedy
  • Ian Munsick
  • Jack Ingram
  • Jamie Lin Wilson
  • Jason Eady
  • Jesse Daniel
  • Jesse Lynn Madera
  • John Fullbright
  • Josh Grider
  • Kaitlin Butts
  • Kayla Ray
  • Kevin Fowler
  • Kylie Frey
  • Lauren Morrow
  • Lucas Jagneaux & The Roadshow
  • Max & Heather Stalling
  • Micky & The Motorcars
  • Midnight River Choir
  • Mike and the Moonpies
  • Morgan Wade
  • Muscadine Bloodline
  • Pat Green
  • Randy Rogers Band
  • RC & The Ambers
  • Red Dirt Rangers
  • Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers
  • Roger Creager
  • Shane Smith & The Saints
  • Sunny Sweeney
  • The Band of Heathens
  • The Damn Quails
  • The Great Divide
  • The Red Clay Strays
  • Them Dirty Roses
  • Wade Bowen
  • Walt & Tina Wilkins
  • Willy Braun
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