Buckle & Boots Festival have confirmed the line-up for their bank holiday weekend festival of country music.

The line up features artists from the US, Australia, Canada and the Netherlands as well as continuing their commitment to supporting homegrown talent.

The country music festival will welcome Everette back to the UK for a first appearance at Buckle & Boots.  UK country fans will be familiar with the Kentucky born duo who wowed audiences at C2C, The Long Road Festival and when they opened for Sara Evans on her recent UK Tour.

The festival will also feature Canadian country star Aaron Goodvin.  The Alberta-bred, Nashville-based country music star has topped the charts, produced a number one single and had several top 10s. Additionally he scored multiple CCMA and JUNO Award wins and nominations, most notably winning the 2018 CCMA Songwriter of the Year.

There will be a special songwriters round on display as D. Vincent Williams, Trick Savage and Blue Foley roll into the farm for their UK debut.

The festival will also feature Australian Josh Setterfield, whose single Right About Now has picked up more than 1 million streams; the return of Jeremy McComb; US artists The Reeves Brothers, Jessie G, Watt Wynn and Chastity Brown; as well as Dutch singer and songwriter Deborah Parlor.

Buckle & Boots will once more welcome some of the best UK talent to their stages this summer with Katy Hurt, Matt Hodges and Two Ways Home all making an appearance. They will be joined by the popular country supergroup The Honkytonk Roadshow and a special performance by the newly formed The Country Orchestra

When does Buckle & Boots Festival take place?

Buckle & Boots Festival takes place from 25-28 May at Whitebottom Farm, Macclesfield.