With just 78 days until the festival begins, excitement is amping up and details are being finalized for what promises to be a long overdue Great American Festival Experience. Twenty country music acts will perform live music on two stages – 14 nationally recognized artists on the GMC Sierra Stage and popular up-and-comers on the Citadel Rising Star Stage.
Brantley Gilbert headlines on Friday, Aug. 27. Justin Moore, Rodney Atkins, RaeLynn and Muscadine Bloodline also perform.
Miranda Lambert headlines on Saturday, Aug. 28. The revised lineup includes Brett Young, Maddie & Tae, Jon Langston and Lily Rose.
Chris Young, headlines on Sunday, Aug. 29. Josh Turner, Scotty McCreery and Lindsay Ell also perform.
Previously purchased three-day passes, single-day tickets and parking upgrades are being honored for the 2021 dates. Tickets for the 2021 festival, starting from $89 plus fees, are on sale now. Again in 2021, a portion of all ticket sales will be donated to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
Citadel Credit Union, a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution serving the Greater Philadelphia area, is the title sponsor for the third year. 92.5 XTU, Philadelphia’s Country Music Station, is the festival’s media partner. Festival sponsors include Citadel, Chester County Conference & Visitors Bureau, the Tri-State GMC Dealers, Dogfish Head, Twisted Tea, Truly Hard Seltzer, Stoltzfus RV’s and Marine, Sterling Pig Brewery and Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show.