The line-up is awesome; with the likes of Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean all scheduled to tear up the stage at Toyota Stadium. The line-up is further augmented by Old Dominion, High Valley and the Turnpike Troubadours. It’s an uncharacteristically impressive set of stars for a festival only in its second year, but it’s already tradition for Off the Rails to showcase killer talent. Last year’s fest featured stars like Blake Shelton, Chris Young and Country Music Hall of Famer Randy Travis.
Like most things in Texas, Off the Rails is bigger than your run-of-the mill country music bash. This year’s event aims to up the ante with an all-inclusive festival experience featuring outdoor party games, a Jack Daniel’s sampling experience, craft beer, lessons on cigar rolling and line dancing, and much, much more. Oh, and I would be remiss if I failed to mention the bevy of tasty of food trucks.
Tickets are available now at OffTheRailsFest.com. Fans have the option to buy single day passes, multiday passes, premier seats and a VIP package that includes cocktails, lounge access and more.