CountryFest Announces 2024 Festival Headliners


Eric Church, Keith Urban, Jake Owen among next year’s lineup

As the sun set over the hayfield on the second day of Country Fest 2023, festival organizers had a surprise announcement for fans – some of next year’s acts. Eric Church, Keith Urban and Jake Owen – a trifecta of some of country music’s most entertaining artists – will grace the festival grounds from June 27-29, 2024.

For over three decades, Country Fest has brought the hottest acts in Nashville to the Midwest. Taking place in the idyllic setting of a Wisconsin hayfield, festival go-ers enjoy three days of entertainment, delicious food, interactive exhibits, exciting activations and partnering hotel accommodations with daily shuttle service. See why fans return year after year

“Eric Church is one of the biggest acts in the genre, an unmatched stage presence in country music,“ festival promoter and General Manager Wade Asher said, “We are jacked to have him back. And Keith Urban, another massively talented artist, hasn’t graced these grounds since 2015. He always leaves everything on the stage and the way he brings it night after night is mind blowing. And Jake Owen, we know a lot of fans were bummed to hear he couldn’t make 2023’s festival, so we were determined to follow through on our promise to bring him back in 2024. Jake is a staple here; our fans just can’t get enough of him. His show is always on point. All in all, another great year is in the works!”

Eric Church, the renegade of modern country music, brings his high-octane performance back to Cadott since his last visit in 2017. Church’s impressive list of accolades includes seven ACM Awards, four CMA Awards (including the 2020 award for Entertainer of the Year) and ten GRAMMY nominations. Known for his hit singles such as “Springsteen,” “Drink In My Hand” and “Give Me Back My Hometown,” Church guarantees a performance full of excitement and heart.

The Grammy Award-winning singer from Down Under, Keith Urban, is set to deliver an unforgettable performance. He’s won four GRAMMY Awards, thirteen CMAs, fifteen ACMs, three AMAs, two People’s Choice Awards and celebrated nine consecutive gold, platinum or multi-platinum albums. With his hit singles like “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” “Somebody Like You” and “Wasted Time,” Urban’s captivating showmanship and fusion of country, rock and pop will undoubtedly keep festival-goers on their feet. He last graced the main stage in 2015.

Jake Owen, the embodiment of country’s laid-back and charismatic side, joins the lineup with his own brand of sunny, feel-good tunes. Owen’s career spans a collection of gold and platinum certifications, ten No.1 singles and over 2.5 billion U.S. on-demand streams. With chart-toppers like “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” “Beachin’,” “American Country Love Song,” and his most recent release, “Up There Down Here,” Owen is all set to make the hayfield feel like a beach party.

Fans on-site at this year’s festival will have first dibs on 2024 VIP and Reserved Lawn tickets starting Saturday, June 24, at 11 a.m. Any remaining tickets will be available at on Tuesday, June 27, at 10 a.m. Festival organizers will release the full lineup in the fall and general admission tickets and camping will go on sale at that time.

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