Lane Pittman Is Heading For Tamworth Country Music Festival In 2024

September 26, 2023 12:26 am in by

Lane Pittman recently had his dream come true by opening for Luke Combs on his Australian tour dates (and was named Countrytown’s Best Mullet In Country Music), and in January 2024, he’s heading to Tamworth Country Music Festival.

“Tamworth Country Music Festival 2024!!! Me and the boys are looking forward to rocking out with you for my only headline show of the festival, at THE TAMWORTH HOTEL on Sat Jan 20,” Pittman wrote on Facebook this morning.

Tickets are on sale now, and “It’s an all-ages show and it’s gonna be one hell of a night!!” You can find tickets to Pittman’s show at The Tamworth Hotel here.

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At the end of August, Pittman released his new single, Love In A Country Town, for which Countrytown premiered the music video that featured footage of the young singer performing on stage opening for Luke Combs and appearing backstage.

Love in A Country Town feels like a fresh start for me,” Pittman said about the single in a press release. “It’s the launch of this new chapter, and I think it really reflects that. This song is all about falling in love, which I did from the second I heard it. I really hope people enjoy it and love it just as much as I do!”

Earlier this year, Pittman performed at CMC Rocks and sold out his first-ever ticketed show at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.

We were introduced to Pittman last year when he auditioned with Even Though I’m Leaving by Luke Combs on The Voice Australia. He thrived in the competition, and despite not winning, he’s already made an impressive career for himself that will only continue developing.

Tamworth Country Music Festival will return from 19 – 28 January 2024, with the new-look Toyota Tamworth Country Music Parade scheduled for Saturday, 27 January.

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Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth Manager Barry Harley recently revealed that the parade will feature “roaming street performers, local dance schools, community groups and marching bands along with a range of unique and historic cars.”

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