Kicker Country Stampede Music and Camping Festival

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Kicker Country Stampede Music and Camping Festival

The Midwest's largest 3-day country music and camping festival in the heartland, Kicker Country Stampede brings in over 20 artists and a first-class lineup of today's top national entertainers while more than 100,000 fans embark on Manhattan for the event. The Travel and Tourism Development Division of the Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing recently awarded Country Stampede with a $12,000 grant to be used to market activities to promote the annual event.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact the Stampede office. Tickets will also be available over the Internet.

Kicker Country Stampede Music and Camping Festival

Address : River Pond State Park, Tuttle Creek Reservoir Manhattan KS
Phone : 800-795-8091   (Always call and confirm events.)

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