Buckle and Boots Festival has announced their line-up for their 2022 festival including artists from across the UK, US, Canada and Sweden.

Organisers have confirmed that William Michael Morgan will return to the festival where he made his debut appearance in 2019.

Quebec native Matt Land will also perform at Buckle and Boots after his latest album debuted at number one on the iTunes all genre chart, country album chart and was the number 3 selling album in Canada; whilst multiple CCMA nominee Dan Davidson, who has 10 ACMA awards, a gold recorder and number 1 selling Canadian song and record to his name will also appear.

Texas born artist, Julia Cole, has amassed over 50 million streams, has been featured on CMT, Spotify’s Hot Country as well as Apple Music’s Today’s Country and many more. Julia has toured globally in over 10 countries opening for acts like Dan + Shay, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Kane Brown, Dierks Bentley, Lee Brice and Runaway June to name just a few. Host of weekly radio show, #ColeTeam Countdown, on YoCo, WYCZ 96.7 FM Julia was recently named in the “CMT Next Women of Country” Class of 2022, a program that has already featured current stars like Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, Gabby Barrett and Mickey Guyton.

The festival will also feature an ‘Evening With Friends’ as American Young return to showcase music from their latest release AY II.  New Orleans country singer/songwriter Karen Waldrup, Nashville recording artist Jeremy McCombs, former NBC’s ‘The Voice’ season 6 contestant Audra McLaughlin and Swedish songstress Sophie Hanson make up the international contingent.

Buckle & Boots will also host some of the brightest in UK country music talent featuring Female Vocalist of the Year Jade Helliwell, BCMA Award winner Tim Prottey-Jones, Harriet Rose, Jeorgia Rose, Emilia Quinn, Katie O’Malley, Jess Thristan and more.

When does Buckle and Boots Festival take place?

Buckle and Boots 2022 takes place 2-5 June 2022 at Whitebottom Form, Etherow Country Park, Stockport.  Tickets are on sale now priced £100 for adults, £50 for 15 and under; individual day tickets are also available.