30A Songwriters Festival Announces Complete Lineup of Artists for the January 18-21, 2019 10th Anniversary Event.

Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, Rosanne Cash, and Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals with his Full Band and Horn Section are set to headline the 10th Annual 30A Songwriters Festival on Florida’s Scenic Highway 30A on the Grand Boulevard Town Center Main Stage.

Renowned Artists Set to Perform Throughout the Weekend Are Patty Griffin, Steve Earle, Livingston Taylor, Gregory Alan Isakov, Suzy Bogguss, Amanda Shires, Matraca Berg, Shawn Mullins, Justin Townes Earle, Matthew Sweet, Chely Wright, Darrell Scott, Marc Broussard, John Fullbright, Elizabeth Cook, Sierra Hull, the Secret Sisters, the War and Treaty, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Robyn Hitchcock, Radney Foster, Jeffrey Steele, Steve Poltz, Bob Schneider, David Ryan Harris, Hayes Carll, Tommy Stinson, Peter Holsapple, Chris Stamey, Emerson Hart, Drivin N Cryin, Chris Stills, Ellis Paul and Many More.

Due to strong demand, we are adding a limited number of weekend and vip weekend passes for sale! Three venues have also been added to the festival which expands the capacity to accommodate the limited number of additional patrons. Additionally, we have released a limited number of day passes for grand boulevard headline performances for Saturday – day only and for Sunday day only plus Sunday day and evening. All tickets can only be purchased online.

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The event to feature 195 songwriters and over 250 performances at 30 venues in South Walton county.

In addition to the artists listed above, performing multiple sets throughout the weekend are: Stephen Kellogg, John Driskell Hopkins (Zac Brown Band), Griffin House, Callaghan, Billy Montana, Kyle Jacobs, Joe Leathers, Ben Glover, Dan Bern, Old Salt Union, Amythyst Kiah, Kim Richey, Liz Longley, the Swimming Pool Q’s, Birds of Chicago, Cory Chisel & Adriel Denae, Charlie Mars, Lauren Morrow of the Whiskey Gentry, Michael Tolcher, Tom Gray, Amy Lavere & Will Sexton, Robby Hecht, Wyatt Durrette, Tommy Womack, Farewell Angelina, Peter Karp, Sadler Vaden, Seth Walker, Becky Warren, Ronny Cox, Dan Navarro, Courtney Marie Andrews, Crystal Bowersox, Daphne Willis, Michelle Malone, Aj Ghent [ J-Ent ], Grayson Capps & Corky Hughes, Boukou Groove, Sugarcane Jane, Will Kimbrough, Lucy Dacus, Ryan Culwell, Gretchen Peters, Chely Wright, Goodnight, Texas, Webb Wilder, Parker & Parker, Brian White, Karyn Williams, Sarah Peacock, Levi Lowrey, Phil Madeira, Caroline Spence, Mary Bragg, Eliot Bronson, Paul Burch, Carly Burruss, Carsie Blanton, Cartoon Jazz Band, the Bittersweets, Pat Byrne, Chas Sandford, Jerry Joseph, Cody Belew, Michael Mcdermott, Kristy Lee, Alex Guthrie, Reed Waddle, Heather Maloney and Many More.

The 30A Songwriters Festival production team transforms amphitheaters, town halls, restaurants, theaters, bars and covered patios into unique music venues ranging in capacity from 75 to 500 seats indoors and 5,000 outdoors. Venue partners include 723 Whiskey Bravo, AJ’s, Bud & Alley’s, Caliza, Central Square Records, Fish Out of Water, Grand Boulevard at Sandestin, Grayton Beer Brewpub, Grayton Beer Company Taproom, the Gully Amphitheater at Gulf Place, Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse, Old Florida Fish House, Pescado, Pizza Bar, Rosemary Beach Town Hall, Seaside Repertory Theatre, Shunk Gulley, the Bay, the Boat House, the Gathering Spot, the Hub 30a, the Lake House, the Pearl Hotel, the Pointe on 30A, Trebeaché Ballroom, Vue on 30A, and Watersound Origins.

Rounding out the lineup are the Sundogs / Haraway Brothers, Peter Bradley Adams, Adron, Cooper Carter & the Royal Senders, Ross Newell, Chris Alvarado, Season Ammons, Chasing Lovely, Nicole Chillemi, Anne Cline, Brian Collins, Wyatt Edmondson, ESOEBO, Dave Franklin, Kevin Gordon, Jesse Terry, Granville Automatic, Gurufish, Emily Hackett, Eddie Heinzelman, Trisha Ivy, Glenn Jones, Matinee Idols, Casey Kearney, Kyle LaMonica, Vanessa Peters, Amilia K Spicer, Korby Lenker, Jeremy Lister, Davin Mccoy, Bradley Cole Smith, Jonathan Mitchell, the Ormewoods, the Mosleys, the Owsley Brothers, Abe Partridge, Jessie Ritter, Jennifer Lynn Simpson, Cat Carter, Wesley Cook, Will Stewart, the Tall Pines, Amy McCarley, Max McCann, Wildlife Specials, Cat Ridgeway, Gretchen Pleuss, Molly Stevens, Trisha Gene Brady, Shannon Labrie, Mike Whitty, Marc Harris & Jab Wilson, Kyshona Armstrong, Raelyn Nelson Band, Dan Rodriguez, Heather Lynn Horton, Mike Rizzi, Erin Enderlin, Sterling Fletcher, Bobby Houck (Of the Blue Dogs), Lily Winwood, Ray Scott, Crawford & Power, Towne, Lindsey Lomis, Ashlei Brianne, Wyatt Espalin, Ken Johnson, Andi Zack-Johnson, Bruce Sudano, Zoe Sky Jordan, Liam Russell, and Mac Powell.

The 30A Songwriters Festival is a benefit for the non-profit Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (the CAA), which supports artists and non-profit cultural events and businesses throughout the county. 100% of the net proceeds from the event are paid to the CAA to help fund its annual budget.

The 30A Songwriters Festival has once again teamed up with NPR’s Folk Alley on the syndicated Folk Alley radio show. The sessions from the 30A Songwriters Festival are archived as well at folkalley.com. ASCAP returns as a sponsor with its popular showcase series at The Lake House in WaterColor. Featured ASCAP songwriters are Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame members Craig Wiseman and Allen Shamblin together with Jaren Johnston, Corey Crowder, Matt Dragstrem, Clare Dunn, Tony Lane, The Sisterhood (Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart), Jeremy Stover, Sarah Allison Turner, Dave Berg, Ryan Griffin, and Jameson Rodgers.

“This will be our tenth annual 30A Songwriters Festival and we are delighted to welcome back some of our favorite performers from past years, including Jason Isbell, and introduce our audience for the first time to Grammy and Americana Award nominee Brandi Carlile,” state festival producers Russell Carter and Jennifer Steele.

About Russell Carter Artist Management
Russell Carter Artist Management is a full service artist management firm that has worked with national recording artists since 1990. Prior to forming RCAM, Russell Carter practiced entertainment law in Atlanta for ten years. RCAM books and promotes the 30A Songwriters Festival and co-produces it together with the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County, and books and promotes the Wire & Wood Alpharetta Songwriters Festival in Alpharetta, GA in conjunction with the city of Alpharetta.

About the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County
The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County, Inc. is the officially designated local arts agency that serves as an umbrella organization and supports the arts through leadership, advocacy, funding, programs and education. The vision of the CAA is to be the catalyst for Walton county’s growth as a center for artistic and cultural excellence through which lives are enriched, economy is stimulated and community is strengthened. Members of the CAA receive a 10% discount off weekend passes and admission to an exclusive performance on Wednesday, January 16th. Call (850) 622-5970 to become a member and take advantage of the discount.

About Presenting Sponsor Grand Boulevard at Sandestin
Grand Boulevard at Sandestin is the shop, dine, play and stay town center located on in the heart of South Walton, offering an array of shopping and dining venues, entertainment, events and lodging. Shop specialty retailers, enjoy great restaurants and Carmike’s Boulevard 10 cinema. Two Marriott hotels are conveniently located within the town center.