Country singer Brandon Lay is getting ready to check off one more item off his bucket list—playing Watershed Festival. The three-day, two stage camping festival based in scenic George, Washington, overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, will take place this weekend, August 2-4, at the remarkable Gorge Amphitheater.
Lay will play the festival’s DISH Presents Next From Nashville stage alongside rising country singer artists Travis Denning, Caylee Hammack, Waterloo Revival, Seaforth, BDillon Carmichael, Ross Ellis, Austin Jenckes, Lauren Jenkins, Cort Carpenter, Matt Stell and Steven Lee Olsen. Festival headliners include Jason Aldean, Zac Brown Band and Miranda Lambert, with Brothers Osborne, Michael Ray, Cam, Kane Brown, Danielle Bradberry and more on the lineup.
The “Yada Yada Yada” singer told Sounds Like Nashville that being a part of this festival has been a longtime dream for him, one that he feels humbled to play at.
“Playing Watershed is a bucket list type venue. I’m honored to play a stage that has seen so many influences of mine and also portrays one of our country’s most beautiful backdrops.”
Lay also shared some of his favorite tunes to jam out to in the summer:
1. Fleetwood Mac – Seven Wonders
2. Alannah Myles – Black Velvet
3. Blackhawk – That’s Just About Right
4. Tom Petty – Yer So Bad
5. Chicago – You’re the Inspiration
6. Garth Brooks – Burning Bridges
7. Brooks and Dunn – That Ain’t No Way to Go
8. Reo Speedwagon – Take It On the Run
9. Phil Collins – Another Day In Paradise
10. Alan Jackson – Tropical Depression
Take a listen to the tunes in the Watershed Festival 2019 playlist below. And for the complete lineup and tickets, click here.