Your Guide to Countryfest 2017

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One of the world’s best country music festivals is back with four days of great music and camping in Central Wisconsin. Countryfest has been happening for 30 years and artists taking to the stage this year are Blake Shelton, Eric Church and Thomas Rhett. Get ready to dance and sing your hearts out!

(Read: Countryfest Survival Guide)

Countryfest Dates and Location

Countryfest will be held at Chippewa Valley Festival Site in Central Wisconsin on June 22-25, 2017.

Countryfest Lineup

Over forty bands will grace the stage at this year’s festival, including Blake Shelton, Eric Church and Thomas Rhett. Check out the full Countryfest lineup.

Countryfest Tickets

4-day general admission tickets – $175

1-day general admission – $87.50

Tickets can be purchased through the Countryfest ticket site.

Photo by Townsquare Media

Getting To and From Countryfest

Air – The nearest airport is Central Wisconsin Airport, which is 1.5 hours by car.

Car – Most people get to the festival by car. A one-day car parking pass is $12 and a four-day car parking pass is $30.

Shuttle – There is no official shuttle — try asking your hotel or hostel to see if they have an in-house shuttle service.

Where to Stay for Countryfest

Most people camp, but we’ve got tons of great options for you if you’d prefer not to camp.

Airbnb – Why not stay in this family-sized room that can sleep 7, from $69 a night? With three beds and a couch, it’s definitely a big room!

Hotel – Or what about a room for two at the Super 8 Fond Du Lac Hotel from $160 a night, which features simple, clean rooms.


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