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Oct 29, 2016

2017 OFF THE RAILS LINEUP ANNOUNCED!


Toyota Stadium – Frisco, TX
May 6 and 7, 2017
 
October 31, 2016 – Dallas, TX– Off The Rails Country Music Fest has just announced the biggest two day celebration of country music in DFW for 2017. Artists confirmed for the multi-day country fest include Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Justin Moore, Old Dominion, Tyler Farr, Rodney Atkins, CAM, William Michael Morgan, Tucker Beathard, Jessie James Decker, High Valley, and regional local artists to perform throughout the festival on the second stage located in the Depot Village. More exciting artists are set to be announced in early 2017.
 
SATURDAY, MAY 6th
MIRANDA LAMBERT
JUSTIN MOORE
TYLER FARR
RODNEY ATKINS
TUCKER BEATHARD
JESSIE JAMES DECKER
 
SUNDAY, MAY 7th
JASON ALDEAN
DIERKS BENTLEY
OLD DOMINION
CAM
WILLIAM MICHAEL MORGAN
HIGH VALLEY
 
In addition to an award winning lineup, OTR is offering a fan filled experience which will include line dancing, food trucks, outdoor party games, an eclectic video game area, craft beers, cigar rolling, Jack Daniel’s sampling experience, specialty food, and much more to be announced closer to the festival event dates.
“We felt that the DFW metroplex was deserving of a two day country music festival they could call their own. Last year’s inaugural festival sold out with over 50,000 music fans and the artists fed off of their excitement, so we feel like we delivered,” said Allen Anders, Off The Rails Talent Buyer. “Last year’s amazing experience made us hungry to challenge ourselves with this year’s line-up and the fan experience. I think we nailed it.” 
Buy your tickets and VIP packages beginning Friday, November 4th at 10:00am. Go to OffTheRailsFest.com for more information. VIP packages will include best seats in the house, exclusive access to designated VIP areas with food and beverage options, plus much more. Follow the festival on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
 
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Twitter.com/offtherailsDFW
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#OffTheRails /#OTR17
 
About Miranda Lambert:
Just over a decade into a career of commercial success and acclaim, one could easily say that Miranda Lambert sits at the top of her game. Platinum (2014) was equal parts reminiscent and futuristic. Miranda expressed a longing for the past (“Automatic,” “Another Sunday in the South”), a grasp of her present (“Priscilla”) and yet looked ahead (“Gravity Is a B**ch), doing it all with her now trademark combined sense of humor and self-affirmed attitude. Platinum racked up Album of the Year at the CMA and ACM Awards and earned Miranda her second Grammy.
About Jason Aldean:
With his seventh album, They Don’t Know, Aldean continues to lead the way, advancing the sound and style that helped define today’s country music. His first release since 2014’s Old Boots, New Dirt- which debuted at Number One on the Billboard album chart- the reigning Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year returns with a crowd pleasing array of emotions and observations, from sizzling party-starters to hard-earned heartbreak.
“I think we all hope that people are still listening to our music years down the road, says Aldean. “But I’ve never done anything with the intention of that happening. I want to go out make music my way, and never be put in a box, just be allowed to experiment and be an artist.”
About Dierks Bentley:
A decade into an already acclaimed career, Dierks Bentley hit a high point with 2014’s Riser. The album was a critical and commercial home run, sending three consecutive singles to Number One while rounding up an armful of Grammy, ACM, and CMA Award nominations. And so the journey continues. For musicians like Bentley- musicians who are always moving ahead, looking to push their music into new areas- the road goes on forever. Black is the newest mile-marker of that journey…and while it might be a temporary destination, it’s a colorful place to spend some time.
About Justin Moore:
The  title  to  country-‐‐radio  hitmaker  Justin  Moore's  fourth  studio  album may  suggest  he  doesn't  give  a  damn,  but  when  it  comes  to  the  music, nothing could be further from the truth. On Kinda Don't Care (The Valory Music  Co.),  the  Arkansas  singer,  outdoorsman  and  family  man  reaffirms his  commitment  to  recording  honest,  entertaining  country  songs.  Sure, they may be unapologetic at times, but that's Moore, an artist who refuses to ever project anything he's not.
 
Media contact:
David Ireland
AEG Live- Southwest
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