Last month Country Thunder Florida 2019 announced a second wave of main stage artists (including High Valley, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jimmie Allen, etc.) with a promise of more to come. Today they delivered on that promise with six more acts which will appear alongside a hit list of previously announced superstars, red-hot up-and-comers and veteran artists who have stood the test of time.
“The lineup for our inaugural year in Florida has come together in a big way,” says Country Thunder Music Festivals CEO Troy Vollhoffer. “In terms of timing and balance of tremendous headliners, outstanding heritage artists and exciting new acts, we couldn’t be more excited about coming to Kissimmee in March!”
LANCO is riding high on the heels of its No. 1 smash, Greatest Love Story, while Granger Smith has enjoyed two consecutive top-5 albums with Remington and The Good Guys Win. Brace yourself for an appearance from his alter ego, Dibbles Jr.!
Speaking of chart success, Chris Lane also seems poised to be “the next one” on the strength of a pair of top-10s in Girl Problems and 2018’s Laps Around The Sun. The outstanding harmonies of Maddie & Tae will bring fans at Osceola Heritage Park to their feet, while the veteran showmanship, incredible musicianship and endless hits from Tracy Lawrence and Restless Heart will leave them wanting more!
In addition to three days of the biggest and best acts that country music has to offer, the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo will also be taking place during the festival over at the Silver Spurs Arena.
Three-day GA passes (including a new standing room area which allows fans to get up close and personal with their favorite CT stars), reserved seating, Platinum Experience, camping, glamping and all the extras are available by visiting countrythunder.com. Order by phone at 1-866-388-0007. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram all @countrythunder.
The Country Thunder Music Festivals organization has a 15-year history which boasts four other major multi-day events in North America, including the reigning ACM Festival Of The Year in Arizona. The organization also hosts events in Wisconsin, Alberta and Saskatchewan.