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The Legends of Music Row Country Music Festival Returns to Key West for Its Second Year

Legends of Music Row Country Music Festival, presented by The Florida Keys and Key West Monroe County Tourist Development Council, is returning for its second run April 4, 5, & 6, 2024 at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater. The three-night musical extravaganza, will feature country music superstars and world class singers/songwriters and recording artists, along with burgeoning up-and-coming hitmakers.

During the day, attendees can explore the charming tropical paradise of Key West. Then, as the sun sets, they will enjoy performances by more than twenty artists at the 4,000-seat Coffee Butler Amphitheater. A one-of-a-kind VIP Ticket experience offers exclusive access to the Kick-off Party event the evening of April 3, Dean Dillon’s Late Night Guitar Pull, and special seatings.

Headlining the festival this year are Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee Dean Dillon, Brian Kelley, Jon Pardi, and Kip Moore, four-time CMA award-winning artist Jenee Fleenor of the Wood Box Heroes, as well as the CMA and Grammy-nominated duo The War and Treaty. Other artists in the lineup include Tracy Byrd, Ernest, Randy Houser, Craig Morgan, Phil Vassar, Drake Milligan, Ward Davis, and Jim “Moose” Brown, with more acts to be announced soon.

“There’s nothing like a live country music show, especially when it’s in such a beautiful environment and intimate venue that allows you to absorb and enjoy the experience. Showcasing country music in a unique, Florida Keys style was the driving force behind Legends Key West” says festival organizer Sheryl Steinmeyer. “There’s something incredible and magical about what we’re creating here. Country music fans have traditionally been underserved in South Florida and we’re excited to build upon the success of the first Legends festival, bringing in even more amazing and talented artists in 2024.”

The event will be hosted by Storme Warren, a favorite personality in country music radio, who will also conduct charity auctions during each evening’s intermission. Exclusive items will be up for bid benefitting Adaptive Sports Center, a therapeutic recreation program for those with disabilities, as well as a respected local charity to be named.