Make Plans to Attend This Inaugural Country Music Festival

Baby it’s cold outside…so let’s turn our thoughts to a warm June day for an event as exciting as the holidays – Thunder on the Mountain, a new country music festival set for June 6-8 at the magnificent Mulberry Mountain near Ozark.

The following lineup has been announced for this new festival that takes place on the same grounds as the ever-popular Wakarusa:

 

Toby Keith                          Luke Bryan                        Big & Rich
Montgomery Gentry        Thompson Square             Justin Moore
Gretchen Wilson               Easton Corbin                   Colt Ford
Randy Houser                   Pat Green                            Randy Rogers Band
Jana Kramer                      Kevin Fowler                      Josh Abbott Band
Casey Donahew Band      Bucky Covington               Greg Bates
Reckless Kelly                    LoCash Cowboys               Stoney LaRue
Todd Snider                        Roger Creager                   The Lost Trailers
JT Hodges                           Cody Canada & The Departed
Moonshine Bandits           The LACS                            Aaron Watson
The Cadillac Black             Sturgill Simpson                Adam Craig Band
Clayton Anderson              Sunny Ledfurd                   Bleu Edmondson
Brandon Jenkins                John D. Hale Band           Matt Stell & The Crashers
The Sarah Hughes Band                                                Lance Carpenter

In addition to these world class country artists, Thunder on the Mountain will feature camping, amazing food & craft vendors, river floats, fishing, waterfalls, hiking, premiere RV camping and much, much more!  Tickets for Thunder on the Mountain are on sale now at www.ThunderOnTheMountain.com. Follow Thunder on the Mountain on Facebook and Twitter too.

 

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2 comments on “Make Plans to Attend This Inaugural Country Music Festival
  1. Greg Mack says:

    This map is wrong. This is not where Mulberry Mt. is….

    • You’re right Greg. Mulberry Mountain is near Ozark but not in it. Unfortunately our program links a city with the blog and I used Ozark since that city is its formal address. I’ll see if we can tweak it another way. Thanks!

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