The Kicker Country Stampede 2015 line-up just got “A Little Bit Stronger” with the addition of Country superstar Sara Evans, chart-topper Jerrod Niemann, Country music’s fastest rising star Thomas Rhett, one of Rolling Stone’s ‘10 New Artists You Need to Know’ Old Dominion, Country rock band Blackjack Billy and British Country singer/songwriter Sasha McVeigh. They will join previously-announced performers Country megastar and judge on NBC’s The Voice Blake Shelton and award-winning, superstar duo Florida Georgia Line on the Kicker Country Stampede stage in Manhattan, Kansas, June 25-28, 2015. Fans can expect even more exciting artist announcements in the coming months!
VIP tickets are available for $510, four-day GA passes for $120, four-day, jump-the-line passes for $130, reserved seats for $250 until Nov. 30. Preferred and Premier Camping for 2015 is SOLD OUT! General and Family Primitive Camping is available for $135 and General Primitive Reserved Camping is available for $175 until Nov. 30. Want to take advantage of our current pricing but don’t have the cash? Choose the EZ-Pay Plan at check out to split your payment up over five months. Use it to purchase tickets, camping or add-on options! For more information on tickets or for any of your Kicker Country Stampede needs, visit www.countrystampede.com or call 800-795-8091.
Kicker Country Stampede offered a full-fan experience in 2014 with fun for attendees of any age. In addition to the main stage boasting the biggest names in country music, Steel Rodeo Tours provided non-stop, action packed freestyle motocross exhibitions. The Nashville Songwriters Association International Songwriters Tent featured established, as well as up-and-coming songwriters, including Lance Carpenter, Rob Northcutt Band, Tony Ramey and more. Kite’s Grille & Bar Tuttleville Stage once again showcased the best local talent the Midwest has to offer, including Tim Zach & The Whiskey Bent, County Road 5, Jared Daniels Band and more. Other activities included a carnival, mouth-watering vendor food, shopping, interactive exhibits and much, much more.
Bucky Covington joins the Las Vegas line-up of country performances during Wrangler’s annual National Finals Rodeo for a special one-night engagement in the iconic Plaza Hotel and Casino showroom Saturday, December 13th.
Covington is best known his for three consecutive top ten hits “A Different World”, “It’s Good To Be Us” and “I’ll Walk.” His self-titled debut topped Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart.
Bucky’s high-energy show will be a perfect finale to the 10-day #WranglerNFR schedule and festivities. Doors open at 9 pm with showtime at 10 pm. General Admission tickets are on sale now for $30.00 (+P/H) and advance VIP w/ Meet/Greet are also available for $50.00 (+P/H). To order tickets and hotel packages, visit plazahotelcasino.com/entertainment/bucky-covington or call 702-386-2507.
“What Kenny is referring to could be just some of the distasteful stuff that you see that’s just over the top, but I’m happy that [the format] is growing and changing and I think it’ll refine very soon.”
Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett will team for a four-date acoustic tour starting Jan. 27th in Glenside, PA. Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett: Songs and Stories will feature both solo and duo performances, with Gill and Lovett serving as their own accompanists. They’ll also hit Englewood, NJ Jan. 28th, Norfolk, VA Jan. 29th and North Charleston, SC Jan. 30th.
Lee Ann Womack will perform the National Anthem during the Dallas Cowboys/Philadelphia Eagles game in Arlington, TX on Thanksgiving day with a very special guest. The legendary Paul Franklin will accompany on guitar.
“Paul brings so much heart to the songs he plays on,” says Womack. “When I was asked, I didn’t just want to go and sing, I wanted to really invest this performance of our national anthem with something that makes us all reconsider what the song is expressing. If you’ve ever heard Paul’s musicianship and the emotions he brings out, I think having him play opens up so many aspects of what Francis Scott Key was celebrating when he wrote that.”