Artists, attractions added to Delaware Junction festival

HARRINGTON — The Delaware Junction country music and camping festival is set to roll into town in August and on Friday organizers announced additional acts that will be featured at the three-day event at the Delaware State Fairgrounds.

Performers added to the lineup, a collaboration between Live Nation and Highway One, include “The Voice” Season 2 contestant RaeLynn, and the festival’s second stage, dubbed “Next From Nashville,” will feature performances by Seth Alley, Tucker Beathard, Cam, Courtney Cole, Ruthie Collins,

Country singer and contestant from "The Voice," RaeLynn, has been added to the lineup for this year's Delaware Junction country music festival set for August in Harrington.

Country singer and contestant from “The Voice,” RaeLynn, has been added to the lineup for this year’s Delaware Junction country music festival set for August in Harrington.

David Fanning, JT Hodges, Joey Hyde, Ryan Kinder, Levon, The Railers and Austin Webb.

In the evening, the “Late Night from Nashville” stage will feature Dee Jay Silver, who will keep the party going between sets on the main stage across the weekend.

Artists previously announced include headliners Jason Aldean, Toby Keith and Florida Georgia Line as well as Frankie Ballard, Lee Brice, Kristian Bush, Clare Dunn, Tyler Farr, Colt Ford, Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three and The Swon Brothers.

The inaugural three-day, two-stage camping and country music festival in Harrington will take place Aug 14-16.

For the full lineup and ticket information, including payment plans available, visit

The festival aims to please with more than just music. On-site activities will include campsite contests, a vertigo swing and a giant waterslide and foam parties.

For the adults, there will be a beer garden and custom-built beach house. Food vendors will set up for the weekend as will fashion vendors. The latter will include Tribe Kelley, Pretty Hunter and Bella & Chloe.

Delaware Junction updates can be found at, @DEJunctionFest and on Instagram, @delawarejunctionfest. The Twitter hashtag is #DEJunctionFest.

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