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Faster Horses fest announces Next From Nashville stage

Monday, June 9, 2014 – Faster Horses Festival announced the second stage lineup and multiple on-site activities today.

The festival, slated for July 18-20 in Brooklyn, Mich., will have a second stage of "Next From Nashville" with Drake White & the Big Fire, Sam Hunt, Natalie Stovall And The Drive, Gunnar & The Grizzly Boys, Dallas Smith, Dylan Scott, A Thousand Horses, David Fanning, Glen Templeton, Corey Cox, Old Dominion, Clare Dunn, Paulina Jayne, Matt Austin and Annabelle Road.

Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Kip Moore, Darius Rucker will play the festival as well.

Faster Horses also revealed its plan for the "Late Night From Nashville" set, featuring DeeJay Silver's Country Club, a late night DJ set after hours from Silver.

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