Country Thunder Twin Lakes

Country Thunder 2011 Twin Lakes, Wisconsin!

Country Thunder USA is a unique country music festival in that they have two locations and two separate event dates. The party in Florence, Arizona has already passed for the year but July 21-24 the fun will be in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin! The lineup is jam packed with Stealing Angels, Sawyer Brown, Lady Antebellum, Jason Jones, Steel Magnolia, The Charlie Daniels Band, Zac Brown Band, Neal McCoy, Lorrie Morgan, Craig Morgan, Darius Rucker, Martina McBride, Eden’s Edge, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Sara Evans, Easton Corbin, Josh Turner, and Rascal Flatts. Tickets are on sale now, there are RSVD or general admission still available. TODAY is the last day to purchase general admission 4-day passes at $140, starting tomorrow the price will go up to $160. Children 12 and under are free with the purchase of an adult ticket. Single day passes are also available, but do not allow you access to the campgrounds. For more information on tickets and to purchase yours click here.

The people in charge have thought of everything! There will be medical services, first aid, an information tent, shower facilities, garbage collection, a general store, ATMs, water services, plenty of parking, plenty of seating, artist merchandise, festival merchandise, food vendors, retail vendors, and happy workers at every corner! Although I think camping is the way to go, there are some hotels close to the site of the festival and this information can be found at You have over a month till the big shindig takes place, so if you haven’t yet, get to planning! This is a great opportunity for the whole family to see some great, live, country music!

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HaleighT grew up in rural Sallisaw, Oklahoma, completely immersed in the country music lifestyle. She works with CMNB as our field assignment journalist, gathering concert reviews and exclusive interviews from every artist she can. When she's not out on the road, she's in our web studio filming "Takin' a Break With HaleighT" a short weekly opinion and news segment that launched in 2011.