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Twin Lakes, Wisc. (July 22, 2013) – Country Thunder ended with the rumble of 30,000+ people as Jake Owen and Hunter Hayes brought the four-day long festival to a close. Additionally, the main stage, presented by Toyota - Let's Go Places, was energized with performances by Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Chris Young, Lee Brice, Dustin Lynch, and more.
“This was the best festival crowd of my entire Summer tour.” – Dustin Lynch
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 July 2013 00:39
BRAD PAISLEY'S PERFORMANCE BROUGHT OUT THE 'ALCOHOL' AND 'WATER' ON DAY THREE OF SOLD OUT COUNTRY THUNDER
Twin Lakes, Wisc. (July 20, 2013) – Day three of Country Thunder in Twin Lakes rocked all day and night, once again, to a sold-out crowd of 30,000+ country music fans. Fans devoured 6,766 hamburgers, cooled off by purchasing 1,234 spray water bottles and consumed 4,064 gallons of bottled water.
Country music royalty Brad Paisley closed out the night to a roaring crowd, pumping out hits like “Alcohol,” “Water,” “Beat This Summer” and “Mud on the Tires” on the Great American Country main stage. Patrons also enjoyed music, great times, and good vibes from preceding acts Chris Young, Lee Brice, Phil Vassar and Bella Cain.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 July 2013 12:53
SOLD OUT CROWD OF 30,000+ COUNTRY MUSIC FANS TREATED TO KEITH URBAN, LITTLE BIG TOWN, DUSTIN LYNCH DURING DAY TWO OF COUNTRY THUNDER MUSIC FESTIVAL
Twin Lakes, Wisc. (July 19, 2013) – The second day of Country Thunder continues to bring country music fans everything they wanted and more! Keith Urban brought the sold out crowd of 30,000+ people to their feet, a place where they stayed for his 75+ minute show. Earlier in the day, Little Big Town, Parmalee, The Roys, Morgan Frazier, and Dustin Lynch not only provided the crowd with some great country music, but made sure the “Country Thunder Experience” was fully energized.
Dustin Lynch spent some time in the campground where he hung out with fans, played some drinkin’ games, and got to witness first-hand what hardcore Wisconsin music lovers are all about. “This was the most debauchery I have seen in a campground ever, and it was only 3 pm,” says Dustin Lynch. “It was great to hang with the fans that camp all day just to wait and see you perform. I will do that again for sure.”
Last Updated on Friday, 19 July 2013 12:55