Daily Lineup Announced For 5th Annual Taste of Country Music Festival

The daily lineup has been announced for the 5th Annual Taste of Country Music Festival, the Northeast’s premier multi-day country music festival, held June 9-11 at Hunter Mountain Resort (Hunter, NY) in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County.

A packed lineup of superstar headliners and rising country artists will take the mainstage on each day of “Taste of Country Music Festival”. Check out the daily line-up here!

Friday, June 9th
Jason Aldean
Chris Young
Maddie & Tae
Jackson Michelson

Saturday, June 10th
Miranda Lambert
Tyler Farr
Joe Nichols
Cody Johnson
Courtney Cole

Sunday, June 11th
Sam Hunt
Kip Moore
Maren Morris
Steve Moakler
Brooke Eden

RaeLynn, Dylan Jakobsen and Caroline Gray are scheduled to perform at the Thursday evening Campground Party at the Bud Light Stage on June 8th . All attendees with camping passes are welcome to be part of this yearly kick-off tradition, with performances starting at 6 pm!

Entertainment at the Bud Light Stage continues throughout the weekend, with Caroline Gray performing on Friday, McKenna Faith on Saturday, and Morgan Myles on Sunday, June 11th.

The Bud Light Stage, featuring a diverse mix of rising country music talent, will once again be part of the festival’s array of entertainment for a fifth year. The Bud Light stage is located inside the Empire State Tap House…new this year…where attendees can get a true American craft beer experience.

Single day tickets for the “2017 Taste of Country Music Festival” are now available for $99 per day.

Still on sale are three-day passes which start at only $185, with VIP Outlaw packages starting at $529.  For additional information on tickets and camping packages…which includes RV, car and tent camping…go to www.tasteofcountryfestival.com.

Fans can stay connected on information for the Taste of Country Music Festival at Facebook or by following @TOCFestival on Twitter.


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