The full fourth Mile 0 Fest lineup features rising stars, familiar veterans, and many festival fan favorites.
Just over four years ago Mile 0 Fest arrived on the red dirt and Americana scene down in Key West, Florida. A logistical hurdle just to secure artists and patrons at the southernmost point of America, the initial lineup was far too impressive for many to ignore. Since, the folks at Oh Wook! Productions and those working alongside their organization, including the city of Key West, have created arguably the absolute best festival in the country, regardless of genre. Navigating a literal work stoppage of the live music industry just after the 2020 event concluded, this year’s festival was delayed from its traditional late January dates but a return has been set for April (04/27-05/01) and the list of artists expected to join fans this year is especially intriguing.
BACK FOR YEAR FOUR: Wade Bowen, Jack Ingram, Cody Canada and the Departed, Mike and the Moonpies, Jamie Lin Wilson, Bruce Robison, Walt Wilkins, Jason Eady, Courtney Patton, Kaitlin Butts, Tina Wilkins, Bri Bagwell, Red Dirt Rangers, Raina Cobb, Nicky James, Chance Anderson, Jason Scott, Jake Flint, Blake Langford
RETURNING FROM A PREVIOUS YEAR: Randy Rogers Band, Pat Green, American Aquarium, Reckless Kelly, Shane Smith and the Saints, The Band of Heathens, Micky and the Motorcars, John Fullbright, Adam Hood, Old 97’s, Hayes Carll, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Stoney Larue, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jaime Wyatt, Kelly Willis, RC and the Ambers, Kevin Fowler, John Moreland, Drew Kennedy, Josh Grider, Jonny Burke, Holly Beth, Lucas Jagneaux, Brent Cobb, Johnny Chops, Cliff Cody, Waves, Chloe-Beth
MAKING THEIR INITIAL APPEARANCE: Lucinda Williams, Blackberry Smoke, Shovels and Rope, Roger Creager, Morgan Wade, Parker Millsap, The Dirty River Boys, Kyle Nix, Wight Lighters, Kylie Frey, S.G. Goodman, Max Stalling, Heather Stalling, Jesse Lynn Madera
If you’ve been any of the preceding years, then you already know – If not, book it now – check the reviews from 2018, 2019, 2020, some tips for all concert goers and we’ll see you in paradise soon.