Dierks Bentley has been teasing big news on his social media feeds with videos of him submerging himself in a creek and playing on top of a mountain and he has finally revealed the news! Dierks is introducing a brand new festival called Seven Peaks to the music world and it will take place on Labor Day Weekend (Aug. 31 - Sept. 2) in Buena Vista, Colorado.
While more artists are still to be announced, the current lineup is stacked with Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, LANCO, Elle King, Del McCoury, Sam Bush and The Cadillac Three.
Dierks is set to tour with Brothers Osborne and LANCO this summer on the Mountain High Tour and topped the charts with Elle King on their collaborative single "Different For Girls." Miranda has also been featured on the song "Bad Angel" from Dierks' 2010 album Up On The Ridge.
Dierks revealed to Billboard that curating a festival has been a "dream come true" and he highly doubts that he'll be sleeping during the weekend of Seven Peaks. The country star has plans to perform at least once on each day of the 3-day festival and when he's not on stage "plan on either being on stage or in the campground, high-fiving people, handing out free beers… Anything I’m involved with, I’m involved for a reason."
Fans can purchase tickets and camping passes starting April 20th with three-day packages ranging from $215-$999.