- $64 for one general-admission ticket for Friday or Saturday (up to $81.24 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
- $69 for one general-admission ticket for Friday or Saturday (up to $81.24 value)
- $109 for one general-admission three-day pass (up to $148.37 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
- $119 for one general-admission three-day pass (up to $148.37 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
- $129 for one general-admission three-day pass (up to $148.37 value)
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- Toby Keith: The superstar that Forbes calls “Country Music’s $500 Million Man” digs into his cache of #1 hits and delivers new chartbusters such as “Drunk Americans” from his latest album, 35 MPG Town.
- Styx: Syxteen. That’s how many Top 40 singles for which Styx is responsible. From “Renegade” to “Come Sail Away” to “Show Me the Way,” these prog-rock legends ruled the ’70s and ’80s, achieving a record-setting four consecutive multi-platinum albums.
- Granger Smith: After 2013’s Dirt Road Driveway sold 69,000 copies in the US, there was no doubt that Granger Smith was a respected songwriter. But when his 2016 follow-up, Remington, hit #1 on the indie charts, it solidified his status as full-fledged country star.
The Unknown Faces
- Chris Hawkey: Familiar to Minnesotans as co-host of the Power Trip Morning Show on KFAN in Minneapolis, this country singer-songwriter is making waves with his new single “My Kinda Crazy,” which has led to him opening for Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, and Sugarland.
- ThundHERstruck: You might not know their faces, but you’ll definitely recognize the songs—this all-female AC/DC tribute has rocked audiences across the globe, from their hometown of Los Angeles to the deserts of Iraq.
- You… maybe: Enter in the Country Talent Breakout or the Rock Talent Breakout contests for a chance to win $1,000 and a space in the lineup on Friday or Saturday.
- Camping: Beyond full-service spots with electricity, water, and sewers for RVs, there are also reserved camping spots and general first-come, first-serve campgrounds.
- Glamping: Furnished tents come equipped with comfortable full- and queen-size beds, mini fridges, and a common area with lounge furniture, grills, hammocks, and yard games.
- Hotels: For those who don’t like sleeping under all those nosy stars, nearby hotels include Arrowwood Lodge at Brainerd Lakes, Super 8, and Country Inn & Suites.