Carolyn Kruse

Carolyn Kruse

UPDATE: 3 shows have been announced! The 2023 concert season just got way hotter! Indian Ranch recently announced the addition of Cole Swindell, Riley Green and Dylan Scott. Find out when you can see them, below. It’s hard to keep track of all the concerts. Every venue has a different experience. If you are looking for a relaxed, outdoor, fun vibe, Indian Ranch in Webster, Mass is the place. With picnic tables, people sitting on blankets and up close seating, you feel like you are going back in time. Here, you can tailgate, sit by the lake, go for a swim, get food and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic,) and catch a Saturday or Sunday daytime concert.  They have a great line up this year, so check out this UPDATE: 8 must- see country concerts coming to Indian Ranch this summer.

Below, you will see a list of a variety of country artists, some of which are returning favorites. Indian Ranch has been entertaining New Englanders for generations. It’s actually one of the oldest concert venues in the country. So, yeah, they must be doing something right. They’ve been hosting live outdoor shows since 1946. They have concession stands and a restaurant. And really, there’s not a bad seat. So, be sure and catch one of these concerts. UPDATE: 8 must- see country concerts coming to Indian Ranch this summer.

Tickets for all shows on sale HERE!

  • 1. Kip Moore

    Sunday, June 11  Gates at 11:30am,  show starts at 1:00

    Opener: Wyatt Flores

    Kip Moore has been a favorite in New England since releasing his debut album in 2011. His hit singles include the #1 “Somethin’ Bout A Truck,” and top 10 hits “Beer Money,” “Hey Pretty Girl,” “More Girls Like You,” and “Last Shot.” His new album Damn Love was just released and is earning critial rave reviews.

    Here’s the title track from Moore’s new album, “Damn Love”

     

     

  • 2. Chase Rice

    Saturday, July 1  Gates at 11:30am, show starts at 1:00pm

    Openers: Read Southall Band & Avery Anna. Corral stage at 11:45 AM with Trigger South

    Chase is back! And he’s bringing his Way Down Yonder Tour with him. Since co-writing one of country music’s biggest hits, 2012’s “Cruise” by Florida Georgia Line, Rice has established himself as a popular performer. With an arsenal of hits in his catalog, the former reality show contestant (Survivor), avid outdoorsman, and singer/songwriter returns to New England with another new album. I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go to Hell was released in February. Rice’s biggest hits include, “Ready Set Roll,” “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” “Eyes on You,” and “Drinkin’ Beer, Talking God. Amen (with Florida Georgia Line).”

     

     

  • 3. The Mavericks

    Saturday, July 22   Gates at 11:30am, show at 1:00pm

    The Mavericks burst into the country music scene in 1993 from the most unlikely place of Miami, Florida. Their unique blend of rock, standards, Latino and country was a refreshing pop of sound on country radio. Their live shows, with a dancing horn section, became legendary. Lead singer Raol Malo’s voice has been compared to Roy Orbison. They’ve always delivered a distinctive, eccentric sound, and never conformed to any trend.

  • 4. Randy Houser

    Saturday, August 12  Gates at 11:30am, show at 1:00pm

    After writing hit songs for Trace Adkins (“Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”) and Justin Moore (“Back That Thing Up”), Randy established himself as a singer. Starting in 2008 with “Anything Goes,” Houser earned a reputation as a powerful and passionate singer. He’s since had 3 #1 hits “How Country Feels,” “Running Outta Moonlight,” and “We Went.” “Boots On” and “Midnight Kiss” were also huge hits for the Mississippi native. He actually got his big break, because David Letterman heard his song “Anything Goes” while working on his farm, and booked him on his show, before anyone really new who Randy Houser was. Letterman was just a fan wanting to showcase Randy’s talents.

  • 5. Aaron Lewis

    Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1  Gates at 11:30am, show at 1:00pm

    Aaron Lewis was first a musical name in the rock world, as the lead singer for the metal rock band Staind. Since 2010, Lewis has since made a career as a singer/songwriter and Americana artist. He’s a born and raised New Englander. Aaron was born in Vermont, raised in New Hampshire and as a teen moved to Longmeadow, Mass. Lewis has a loyal and passionate following and earned his first #1 in country music in 2021 with “Am I the Only One.” He’s bringing his 2023 Acoustic Tour to Indian Ranch

  • 6. New show: Dylan Scott

    Sunday, August 6  Gates at 11:30am, show at 1:00pm

    That voice! Dylan Scott could make furniture move when he hits the low notes. His soulful delivery and relatable songwriter has earned Scott 3 #1 hits and 1 top 5. It all started with a girl. He married the girl, then wrote songs for the girl, and they made a beautiful family. “My Girl” was Dylan’s first hit and he took it to the top of the charts in 2016. He followed it up with “Hooked” in 2107 and that went to #2. “Nobody” went #1 in 2020 and last year Dylan earned another top spot with “New Truck.”

  • 7. New show: Cole Swindell

    Sunday, August 27  Gates at 5:00pm, show at 7:00pm

    Cole Swindell is on a career and personal high right now. His multi-platinum selling single, “She Had Me At Heads Carolina” took home the Single and Song of the Year at the recent ACM Awards Show. His current “Drinkaby” is on a fast track to the top, and Cole recently got engaged to girlfriend Courtney LIttle. Swindell has a special connection with New England fans, he’s always loved playing here and even wrote one of his biggest hits, “You Should Be Here” in the parking lot at Gillette Stadium, when he was on tour with Luke Bryan. Fun fact: Cole’s full name is Colden Rainy Swindell. You can make this up. Indian Ranch caught lightning in a bottle when recetnly adding Cole Swindell to their lineup!

  • 8. New show: Riley Green

    Sunday, September 24  Gates at 11:30am, show at 1:00pm

    Every day Riley Green earns new fans, thanks to some great songs, and big tours. He’s currently on tour with Luke Combs and recenly was on the road with Thomas Rhett. His new single, “Different Round Here” features Luke Combs. Known for his honest songwriting, traditional sound and duck hunting (his social media handle is @rileyduckman), Riley hit a big one with his debut single, “There Was This Girl” in 2018. His “I Wish Grandpas Never Died” pulled at our heartstrings and went double-platinum and became the singer’s 2nd big hit. The recent addition of this artist has fans super excited.

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