Get ready for a party on Friday night with country music star Tyler Farr.  His chart-topping breakout hit “Redneck Crazy” and debut album of the same title made Farr a household name.  His trademark gravelly voice produced two more #1 hits, “Whiskey In My Water” and “A Guy Walks Into A Bar.”  Farr’s two latest singles, “I Should Go To Church Sometime” and “Love By The Moon,” are from his forthcoming third album, which is being produced by Jason Aldean.  The pair previously collaborated on “Damn Good Friends,” a track from Farr’s second album “Suffer In Peace.”




Montgomery Gentry is one of the most successful duos in country music history with hits like “My Town,” “Something To Be Proud Of,” “Where I Come From,” “Hillbilly Shoes,” “Lucky man,” “Hell Yeah” and “She Couldn’t Change Me.”  Their new album “Here’s To You” was meant to celebrate the duo’s 20th anniversary.  Following the tragic death of Troy Gentry in 2017, Eddie Montgomery and the band embarked on the Here’s To You Tour to honor T-Roy’s memory and say thank you to their loyal fans for two decades of support.  You won’t want to miss this epic show on Saturday night!



Sunday is alcohol-free family day, and bringing the festival to a close is the one and only Tracy Byrd.  The Texas troubadour topped the charts for the first time in 1993 with “Holdin’ Heaven,” and the hits just kept coming.  After taking a break from touring to spend time with his family, Byrd was back on the road in 2014 and released a new album two years later called “All American Texan.”  A set list featuring “The Keeper of the Stars,” “Watermelon Crawl,” “I’m From the Country,” “Lifestyles of the Not So Rich and Famous,” “Drinkin’ Bone” and more will make this a concert you won’t soon forget.



A rocking 5-piece tribute/show band of unmatched proportion, The Chee-Weez will bring the party on Friday night with all of your favorite music genres, from 70s funk to 90s rock and then some!