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Boots and Hearts Festival Announces Full 2024 Lineup: Matchbox Twenty, Chayce Beckham & More

The Ontario country music festival has revealed its full lineup, which features rock band Matchbox Twenty, rising star Chayce Beckham and Canadian country acts like Jess Moskaluke.

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Jimmy Fontaine

Ontario country music festival Boots and Hearts has dropped its full lineup. American rock band Matchbox Twenty and rising star Chayce Beckham are joining previously announced headliners Cody Johnson, Thomas Rhett and Jason Aldean for the festival's 2024 edition.

This marks the second year in a row that the festival has featured a major rock band prominently on the lineup, following last year's inclusion of Canadian rockers Nickleback as headliners. The Grammy-nominated Matchbox Twenty will be playing their only Canadian date for 2024 at the Ontario camping festival, on the Saturday night mainstage. Rising American artists like Chayce Beckham (no relation to David) and Alana Springsteen (no relation to Bruce) will also be performing.


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Alberta country band Emerson Drive will take the stage for the last time at this year's festival, closing out nearly three decades of performing together. The band had multiple hits on Billboard's country charts throughout their career, reaching No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart with "Moments" in 2007. This year, they're saying goodbye to long days of driving with their One for the Road tour.

In addition to the farewell show, Boots and Hearts is featuring plenty more Canadian talent. 2023 Emerging Artist Showcase winner Shantaia will help kick off the festival on Thursday night, and Juno Award winner Jess Moskaluke will perform on the Friday mainstage. Other Canadian performers include Nate Haller, Kalsey Kulyk, Buck Twenty, Taylor-Rae, Hunter Brothers and Elyse Saunders.

Boots and Hearts returns to the Burl's Creek Event Grounds in Oro-Medonte from August 8 to 11 this year. The popular festival, now twelve years old, attracted forty thousand people in 2023. It's the premiere event of company Republic Live, which recently launched a management venture called RLive, with aims of developing artists who could go on to play festivals like Boots and Hearts.

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Single day tickets for the 2024 edition go on sale February 16 at 10 a.m. EST. Check out the full lineup below:

Thursday August 8 - Front Porch Stage

Midland

Lonestar

Shantaia (CAN)

Friday August 9 - Main Stage

Cody Johnson

Brothers Osborne

Megan Moroney

Jess Moskaluke (CAN)

Nate Haller (CAN)

Friday August 9 - Front Porch Stage

Chayce Beckham

Redferrin

Kalsey Kulyk (CAN)

Buck Twenty (CAN)

Taylor-Rae (CAN)

Saturday August 10 - Main Stage

Thomas Rhett

Matchbox Twenty

NEEDTOBREATHE

Hunter Brothers (CAN)

Elyse Saunders (CAN)

Saturday August 10 - Front Porch Stage

Jackson Dean

Bryan Martin

Lauren Watkins

Texas King (CAN)

Alee (CAN)

Sunday August 11 - Main Stage

Jason Aldean

Carly Pearce

Nate Smith

Madeline Merlo (CAN)

Alexandra Kay

Sunday August 11 - Front Porch Stage

Emerson Drive (CAN)

Alana Springsteen

Dillon James

Dayna Reid (CAN)

Brian John Harwood (CAN)

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