Kicker Country Stampede Set for June 22-June 24, 2017
Thousands Soak in Performances by Jake Owen, Chase Rice, Casey Donahew Band, Tucker Beathard and More on Final Day of Three-Day Festival
For the past three days, thousands of Country music fans have descended on Manhattan, Kansas, to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Kicker Country Stampede. Jake Owen threw a beach party at Tuttle Creek State Park, blazing through his catalog of hits, including “American Country Love Song,” “Barefoot Blue Jean Nights” and “Beachin’,” and brought to a close another year of the event of the summer, along with Chase Rice, Casey Donahew Band, Tucker Beathard and Ryan Hurd.
The packed crowd was treated to the biggest and brightest stars in Country music throughout the three full days of music and entertainment, including Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley, Sam Hunt, Chris Janson, Josh Abbott Band, Cassadee Pope and many more. “This year’s festival has been the best Kicker Country Stampede to date,” said Wayne Rouse, president and general manager of the festival. “I hope everyone comes back for another amazing year. Stay tuned for very exciting line-up announcements!”
Plans for next year are already well underway, with festival organizers working towards an even bigger and better 2017 Kicker Country Stampede. For a limited time, three-day GA passes are available for $120 and VIP passes for $510 and campsites are available starting at $135. For more information on tickets or for any of your Kicker Country Stampede needs, visit countrystampede.com or call 800-795-8091.
In addition to Country superstars performing on the Cenex® main stage, the festival once again featured ‘round-the-clock music from multiple stages, including the Nashville Songwriters Association International Songwriters Tent, which featured established, as well as up-and-coming songwriters, and the Kite’s Grille & Bar Tuttleville Stage, where attendees listened to the best local talent the Midwest has to offer. Other activities included mouth-watering vendor food, shopping, interactive exhibits and much, much more, including, for the first year ever, Carlos O’Kelly’s Radio World, where campers played giant twister, trash can pong and corn hole.