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How much are 2023 Railbird Festival tickets to see Zach Bryan, Weezer, more?
2023 Railbird Festival.On June 3-4, over 30 (!) acts are coming to Lexington, KY’s The Red Mile including mega headliners like Zach Bryan, Tyler Childers, Weezer, Marcus Mumford and Sheryl Crow.Whiskey Myers, Jenny Lewis, The Head and the Heart, Nathaniel Rateliff and Charley Crockett will be there too.Plus, bourbon.Lots and lots of bourbon.In addition to the aforementioned music icons, festival goers will also be treated to hand-selected barrels from Kentucky’s best distilleries chosen by Justin Sloan and Justin Thompson aka the owners of Lexington’s Justins’ House of Bourbon.The most exciting news of all though might be that last-minute tickets are still available for the multi-day music extravaganza.At the time of publication, two-day general admission passes were going for $930 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $289 before fees.Want to take part in the fun all weekend long?Here’s everything you need to know and more about the 2023 Railbird Festival.All prices are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of the lowest single and multi-day ticket prices can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Kick Gurry and Matthew Fox on ‘Caught,’ a Satirical Take on Modern Fame and Identity, Backed by Sean Penn (EXCLUSIVE)
Callum McLennan There’s nothing quite like having an Oscar-winning actor in your corner, or perhaps a star of one of the biggest TV Series of all time. In the case of Kick Gurry, creator, producer and actor in the forthcoming Stan Original Series “Caught,” the backing of Sean Penn and Matthew Fox has undoubtedly been a boon. After Gurry shared an early teaser of the show crafted with friends in Australia, Penn’s reaction was music to his ears. As Gurry shared with Variety, “He said everyone’s afraid of stories right now and we have to be pushing forward with courage in storytelling.” Indeed, the courage to tell bold, new stories has resulted in an audacious six-episode satirical comedy series slated to premiere later in 2023. The series boasts a formidable cast that Gurry describes as a “murderer’s row of talent.” Among them, Sean Penn, who also serves as an executive producer, Matthew Fox, Ben O’Toole, Lincoln Younes, Alexander England, Mel Jarnson, Fayssal Bazzi, Dorian Nkono, Rebecca Breeds, Bella Heathcote, Bryan Brown, and Erik Thomson. Gurry himself also stars, and further casting announcements are expected.