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DARIUS RUCKER, EASTON CORBIN, SAWYER BROWN AND NEAL McCOY JOIN THE LINE-UP FOR WISCONSIN COUNTRY THUNDER MUSIC FESTIVAL JULY 21-24, 2011
 

 
Twin Lakes, WI - Country Thunder - Once again, Country Thunder Festival does not disappoint, proving with the latest additions to the line-up that it is a festival you won't want to miss. Country ThunderBringing the party right out of the gate, Sawyer Brown will be ready to entertain Thursday’s crowd with their infectious energy and will join Lady Antebellum to show the crowd that Country Thunder is back and better than ever, packed with an unrivaled line-up. On Saturday, 2009 CMA “New Artist of the Year” winner Darius Rucker and Country Thunder favorite Neal McCoy will both be joining powerhouse Martina McBride, a combination sure to keep the crowd on their feet. Sunday, Easton Corbin, who has taken country music by storm with his #1 hits “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It” will take the stage alongside Rascal Flatts, helping bring the festival to a close. 
 

Taking place July 21-24, 2011, music fans can cowboy-up for a full 4-day general admission pass for the sweet price of only $99.00, this price valid until December 31st, 2010. That’s less than a hundred bucks for four hot headliners and a full weekend of amazing country music. Reserved and sponsorship packages are also available with added perks including preferred parking, and premium concert seating.

For the thousands of new and returning fans of Country Thunder, several tent and campsite options are available, offering primitive rugged to rustic and modern amenities. Check out our new website for all the information!

The announced line-up includes:

Thursday, July 21st
Music begins at 5:30 pm
Sawyer Brown
Lady Antebellum

Friday, July 22nd

Music begins at 1:00 pm
Zac Brown Band

Saturday, July 23rd

Music begins at 1:00 pm
Neal McCoy
Darius Rucker
Martina McBride

Sunday, July 24th

Music begins at 1:00 pm
Easton Corbin
Rascal Flatts


More artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets and additional information available online:   www.countrythunder.com

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