WE Fest has just announced its full lineup of acts for 2023.

By the way, this will be their 40th anniversary.  WE Fest bills itself as the largest country music festival and camping event in the nation. WE Fest is located at the beautiful Soo Pass Ranch just outside of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.

Last year's headliners were Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert (who never ended up performing due to a thunderstorm), and Luke Bryan.  A pretty solid line-up for concerts for sure with opening acts like Lee Brice, Chris Janson, Tanya Tucker, and Clay Walker that kept the Soo Pass Ranch rockin' well into the evening each night.

US 103-3 was broadcasting live from last year's WE Fest. 

Rick Rider
Rick Rider

I have been speculating on air the last couple of months about who I thought would be headlining at this year's big 40th anniversary WE Fest, and as it turns out I was right on one of them.

One of the absolute BIGGEST names in country music is coming to WE Fest.

As predicted by myself, none other than Morgan Wallen will be headlining WE Fest in 2023.

The other two headliners include the fan favorites Brad Paisley and Kane Brown.

Brothers Osbourne has also been announced.

So who else will be joining them at WE Fest 2023???

WE Fest
WE Fest


We had the pleasure of being your connection to WE Fest for the last couple of years and hooking up hundreds of people with free tickets.  That will continue in 2023 and we're very excited to share what we have planned for all of our listeners.  If you've never experienced WE Fest before, trust me, it's something every country music fan should experience.

Keep it here for more announcements concerning WE Fest and keep listening to US 103-3 to win your tickets.


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