Campsites, reserved seats sold out at Stampede

By The Mercury

Country Stampede is completely sold out of campsites and reserved seating for the first time in its 19-year history, organizers have announced.

The four-day country music festival is set for June 26-29 at Tuttle Creek State Park.

Festival organizers said they recently surveyed the grounds and added more than 200 camping sites to meet demand, but those quickly sold out as well.

“What a milestone!  We want to thank the fans for their continued support throughout the years,” said Wayne Rouse, general manager of Kicker Country Stampede.

“For the first time, the demand for camping has exceeded the supply.”

Rouse said they’re looking for ways to accommodate more fans in future years.

Stampede officials also announced that singer Jana Kramer will join a festival lineup that already includes Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Chris Young, Easton Corbin, Lee Brice and more acts.

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