Kyle Park is the Latest to Join Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival’s Lineup
The names just keep on coming, and today Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival announced another big name to join its music lineup on Saturday, May 2, in Downtown Tyler.
Texas country star Kyle Park will join a lineup that already includes The Bigsbys and Uncle Lucius. The author of hits such as "Fit for the King," "Leavin' Stephenville," "Long Distance Relationship" and "Turn That Crown Upside Down" will be the third of five acts to perform that night on the downtown square.
"Long Distance Relationship" and "Turn That Crown Upside Down" were two of the top 100 songs played in 2014, according to the Texas Music Chart. Park's song "Fit for the King" was written using just lyrics from George Strait, and it was a song he got to sing live when he opened for Strait on his final tour.
Tickets for Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 16, on the festival's website. The final tour artists/bands will be announced Thursday and Friday, respectively, by Big D and Bubba on 101.5 KNUE, so be sure to tune in!