News And Notes
Dec 12

Big & Rich, Jason Aldean & More to Headline Country Thunder

Big & Rich photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Nashville.

Country Thunder is gearing up to celebrate its 20th anniversary and has announced the lineup for the festival, which takes place July 19-22 in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin. Big & Rich, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton and Toby Keith have been announced as the four headlining acts.

The festival will kick off with Big & Rich headlining Thursday night’s show along with special guest The Farm. Friday night, Jason Aldean is scheduled as the headliner, bringing along tour mate Luke Bryan. Wade Bowen and Steve Holy will also perform Friday night and on Saturday, Blake Shelton takes over headlining duties. Toby Keith will close down the festival on Sunday night, along with performances by Hunter Hayes, Neal McCoy and Brantley Gilbert. Additional artists will be announced soon.

Through January 1, 2012, fans can purchase a 4-day pass for $99. A campsite can be purchased as well, beginning at $100 for the entire weekend. Tickets, camping, and amenity add-ons can all be purchased online at www.countrythunder.com or by phone at (866) 802-6418. Visit www.countrythunder.com or www.facebook.com/countrythunderusa for updated concert lineups, ticket information and more.

In related Big & Rich news, check out their Christmas special tonight on GAC! Christmas In The Black Hills airs Monday, Dec. 12 at 8/7c and also features Thompson Square, Bradley Gaskin, Tracy Lawrence, Andy Gibson, and new trio The Farm.

Current Announced Line-Up

Thursday
5:30-6:30pm      The Farm
9:00-10:30pm    Big & Rich

Friday
4:00-5:00pm      Wade Bowen
5:30-6:30pm      Steve Holy
7:00-8:30pm      Luke Bryan
9:00-10:30pm   Jason Aldean

Saturday
9:00-10:30pm   Blake Shelton

Sunday
4:00-5:00pm     Hunter Hayes
5:30-6:30pm     Neal McCoy
7:00-8:00pm     Brantley Gilbert
8:30-10:00pm  Toby Keith

 

ShareThis

COMMENT POLICY

GACTV.com wants to give you, the fans, a voice on our website and to provide the opportunity for you to share your thoughts about this story. We encourage lively interaction and debate on the stories we post, but we ask that you refrain from using profanity or other offensive speech, engaging in personal attacks or name-calling, posting advertising, or wandering away from the topic at hand. Thanks for taking the time to contribute and being respectful to others.

Post a Comment