Two Step Inn festival

Two Step Inn 2024

APRIL 20-21, 2024


Two Step Inn prepares for its second rodeo with an eclectic, cross-genre lineup for the country-curious.

In a culture that is increasingly divided and subdivided, focused on being “on-brand” and pandering to the algorithm, Two Step Inn feels like Texas’s attempt at a wake-up call: a decidedly country music festival that welcomes old and new, mainstream and outliers, that celebrates out-of-the-box stars like singer-comedienne-chef-TikTok queen Hannah Dasher, where two white male country stars with opposing politics can apparently have a civil heart-to-heart about the Bud Light trans-influencer advertising uproar. And it’s held in Georgetown, Texas, a small city in the red state that accidentally became a beacon for green energy

A festival for “country currents, country classics, and the country curious,” Two Step Inn curates a lineup of genre all-stars alongside new and unexpected acts. Saturday’s headliners include straight-up contemporary country chart topper Cody Johnson, and from the other side of the steel-stringed aisle, former rodeo rider Ryan Bingham and Canadian cattle rancher Colter Wall who both barter in tumultuous, genuine songwriting that follows in the footsteps of legends like Steve Earle and Johnny Cash. 

On Sunday, Turnpike Troubadours and Hank Williams Jr. lead the charge, with supporting acts like… Ludacris? I know, I’m still in shock. But from the get-go, Two Step has embraced genre-bending: last year, rapper and producer T-Pain performed alongside controversial electro DJ Diplo who has released country music under his real name, Thomas Wesley. Rising (subversive, train-hopping, Appalachian) icons like Sierra Ferrell and 49 Winchester solidify Two Step Inn as eclectic, energetic and musically superb. 

The festival markets itself as the “world’s largest outdoor honky tonk” and sold out in its inaugural iteration last year. Promoted by C3 Presents — which is also behind Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits — the festival has 35 plus artists, 4 stages and multiple dance floors. Expect “oak trees and neon dreams” as you stomp along to country-adjacent breakdowns, Central Texas cuisine and dedicated artist merch areas. 


  • Last year, the event sold out.
  • 30,000 attended each day. 
  • Single-day passes start at $189. Weekend passes are now $349 (Tiers 1 and 2 are already sold out). You can find all of the options here.
  • Don’t leave the Lone Star State so soon — check out Fifty Grande’s guide to Texas


Where is Two Step Inn 2024 located?

At San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626.

What is the closest airport to Two Step Inn?

Fly into the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), which is a 35-minute drive from Georgetown (40 miles). 

What can I bring? What should I leave at home? 

Bring small bags, clear backpacks, folding chairs or blankets, sunscreen, strollers (heck yes music-loving mommas), frisbees, empty hydration packs or reusable water bottles. No coolers, flags, hammocks, umbrellas, pets, weapons, or anything with wheels. Outside food and drink are not allowed. 

Which artists are on the Two Step Inn 2024 lineup?

Cody Johnson, Ryan Bigham (with the Texas Gentlemen), Colter Wall, Martina McBride, Lee Ann Womack, Ian Munsick, Pat Green, Ernest, Sammy Kershaw, Sam Barber, Deana Carter, Drake Milligan, Dylan Gossett, Zach Top, The Castellows, Hannah Dasher, Nolan Taylor, Turnpike Troubadours, Hank Williams Jr., Clint Black, Charley Crockett, Megan Moroney, Ludacris, John Anderson (Unplugged), Sierra Ferrell, Neal McCoy, Mark Chesnutt, Wyatt Flores, 49 Winchester, Ella Langley, Vincent Neil Emerson, J.R. Carroll, Kassi Ashton, Jake Worthington, Bo Staloch, Country Curious DJs (Disko Cowboy, Flying Mojito Bros, Fundido, Rodeo Starr, DJ Mel).




BY Katherine James