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Mar 30

Carrie Underwood & Tim McGraw to Headline Largest Canadian Country Music Festival

Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw, Alabama and Kid Rock will headline the first annual Boots and Hearts Music Festival. Set to take place August 10-12 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, the event will be the largest international country music festival ever hosted in Canada. Big and Rich, Lauren Alaina, Jason McCoy, Paul Brandt, Dallas Smith, High Valley, Canaan Smith and many more are also scheduled to perform.

“Canadians deserve a festival where they can enjoy the very best country music has to offer and camp with their friends and family without having to travel to the United States,” Shannon McNevan, partner and executive director at Republic Live, said. “We have three full days of country music on two stages, tailgates, barbeques, and all kinds of activities throughout the day to keep fans entertained. And just when other music festivals call it a night, Boots and Hearts will ramp things up with nightly after-parties. It’s definitely shaping up to be the party of the summer.”

More than 20 international and Canadian artists will perform on two stages during the festival. Fans will be able to camp out at the festival grounds which offers more than 750 acres. They can spend their days visiting Boom Town, letting their kids play in the kids zone, shopping the local Farmer’s Market, and enjoying the Country Fair & Midway before the concerts start at night.

Three-day passes are available starting April 4 for $199.99. Tickets and camping permits can be purchased at http://www.bootsandhearts.com/. VIP packages will also be available, granting access to VIP areas located near the stage as well as premium reserved seating, shaded areas, picnic tables, couches, private restrooms, food and beverage vendors and a full cash bar.

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