If it’s summer, then it must be time for a country music festival. With festivals held throughout the U.S., country music fans can experience live music by favorite performers and check out up-and-coming musicians, all in one place. Take a look at what’s on tap for the rest of July in country music.
Jamboree in the Hills
What’s better than a weekend of wall-to-wall country music? Try four full days of country music. At Jamboree in the Hills, held July 16-19 in Belmont, Ohio, the festival has a packed performance lineup that includes Toby Keith, Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley, Lee Brice and Sara Evans. Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Kentucky Headhunters are serving up some Southern rock during the festival, too.
Country Jam in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is bringing the star power with a performance lineup that includes Eric Church, Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum. Kip Moore, Hunter Hayes, Cassadee Pope and Ashley Monroe are among the performers on the schedule, too. Country Jam will be held July 23-25.
Proving that Wisconsin is the state to be in for country music fans this month, Country Thunder is making a splash this summer with a lineup that includes Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, Maddie & Tae and Clare Dunn. The festival goes down in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, July 23-26. Twin Lakes is a quick drive from Milwaukee and Chicago, making it ideal for a quick road trip.
Pack your bags and make your way to Oregon Jamboree, held July 31 through August 2. The festival’s lineup includes an assortment of musical acts that will delight just about any country music fan, with Big & Rich, Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini and Hunter Hayes on the lineup. Oregon Jamboree will be held in Sweet Home, Oregon.
Mountain Home Country Music Festival
With a performance lineup that includes Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley and Florida Georgia Line, Mountain Home Country Music Festival is worth a look for country music fans. Thompson Square, Sara Evans, Jana Kramer and Clare Dunn are also among the performers on the schedule. The festival will be held in Mountain Home, Idaho, from July 31 through August 2.
For an additional list of upcoming festivals not to miss this summer, check out this article on The Rowdy.