Florida-Georgia Line and Blake Shelton To Headline Kicker Country Stampede 2015
Fresh off the sell-out show at the Missouri State Fair, The Kicker Country Stampede have announced that Blake Shelton and Florida-Georgia Line are going to be at the 2015 Stampede in Manhattan, Kansas.
Just as the dust is settling from the record-breaking crowd and star-filled line-up of Kicker Country Stampede 2014, festival organizers are excited to kick up some “Dirt” with the addition of award-winning, superstar duo Florida Georgia Line to the 2015 line-up. The platinum-selling pair, whose list of hits includes “Cruise,” “Stay,” “Get Your Shine On” and “Round Here,” join previously-announced country megastar and judge on NBC’s The Voice Blake Shelton. And that’s just the beginning! Stay tuned for even more exciting artist announcements in the coming months.
Early-bird, weekend, VIP and Reserved tickets are currently on sale, along with 700 reserved camping spots, for June 25–28, 2015. VIP tickets are available for $510, four-day GA passes for $120, four-day, jump-the-line passes for $130, reserved seats for $250, reserved camping sites for $175 and all other camping is available starting at $135 until Nov. 30. 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.