Country fans from all around will beat a path to Manhattan, Kan., for this year's Country Stampede, an annual country music festival.
“Parking Lot Party” and “I Drive Your Truck” singer Lee Brice was added to the lineup today, along with “Runnin' Outta Moonlight” singer Randy Houser as well as Easton Corbin, Will Hoge and The Railers.
Those artists join an already all-star lineup that includes Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Chris Young, Joe Nichols, Thomas Rhett and Logan Mize, among others.
The 19th annual four-day festival takes place at Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan, which is about a three-hour drive from Omaha. Country fans from Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and elsewhere make the trip to the festival, which had an attendance last year of 170,000 over the entire weekend.
Four-day passes are available for $120 at countrystampede.com or by phone at 800-795-8091.