Off the Rails Stays On Track

Biggest names in country music come to town

Returning to the area for the third year, the Off the Rails music festival–featuring some of the most popular acts in country–hosted more than a dozen artists last month including headliners Luke Bryan and Sam Hunt.

Texas artists Aaron Watson and Eli Young Band made appearances at the hugely popular festival, along with ACM Awards New Female Vocalist of the Year Ashley McBryde and ACM Awards New Male Vocalist of the Year Luke Combs. Other artists included Jake Owen, Craig Morgan, Abby Anderson, Harper Grace, DJ Rock, Lauren Alaina, Morgan Evans, Travis Denning, Jameson Rodgers, Grace Tyler, and Ray Johnston Band.

The event also teamed up with Dallas Cowboy Travis Frederick’s Blocking Out Hunger Foundation, which received $1 for each ticket sold and supports inner city and low-income children throughout the Dallas area

Photos: Cryste DeShields

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