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Ridin’ Hearts Festival Is All Set To Return For Its Second Year In November

The highly-anticipated country music festival of Australia Ridin’ Hearts Festival has announced its return. This year’s festival will land in Sydney on Saturday, November 2, and then in Melbourne on Sunday, November 3. However, the venues and lineup are yet to be revealed by the organisers.

Ridin’ Hearts Festival was launched in 2023, Ridin’ Hearts quickly became a country music fan favourite. Last year’s festival featured a colossal line-up of country music greats, topped by US superstar headliner Bailey Zimmerman along with other big American artists including Danielle Bradbery, Sam Barber, Matt Schuster, Alana Springsteen and VAVO, as well as local talents such as Zac & George, Seaforth, and Sara Berki.

Sara Berki – ‘Live At Ridin’ Hearts Festival 2023′

Ridin’ Hearts Festival was a smash hit with fans, industry, and artists alike. Top-class international and local artists contributed to 12 hours of day-long partying that rolled on into the night. There were epic market stalls, an array of delicious food and drink on offer, a silent disco, a giant cornhole game, and even a Brixton hat branding station to add to that country music feel.

Jolene’s Diamond Club, ticket holders were treated to some exclusive benefits, which included a private bar, comfortable seating, phone charging facilities, premium toilets, and powder stations so festival-goers could look the best.

Chilli FM said on The Ridin’ Hearts Festival return, “An incredible new country festival right in the heart of Melbourne and Sydney!”

Ridin’ Hearts Festival caters to devoted country music fans and newcomers, showcasing the genre’s diverse and captivating sound. Country music’s popularity is soaring in Australia, one of the world’s largest country music markets.

The full lineup and venue details are coming soon! Stay tuned with Music Feeds for further updates and the latest music news.

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