Country Thunder is back this July for the first time in 2 years.

It's coming up July 14 through to the 17 in Craven Valley. 

'We understand that the full weekend is going to be amazing but some people's schedules just don't allow for them to come all four days. So, we've got single-day tickets that will be available, you can just purchase them through our website... pick the day that works best for you and then just order them online and they're yours," says Megan Benoit, the Digital Media Specialist from Country Thunder Music Festivals.

Full weekend passes are still available but single-day passes are now on sale on the official website for Country Thunder

This year's lineup includes Chad Brownlee on the 14. 

On the 15 people can see Lee Brice, Lindsay Ell, Tanya Tucker, Kameron Marlowe, and Andrew Hyatt. 

Then Morgan Wallen, Hardy, Mackenzie Porter, and Shawn Austin will be performing on the 16. 

Last but not least, Blake Shelton, Lauren Alaina, The Washboard Union, and Bobby Wills will be hitting the stage for the final day on Country Thunder on July 17. 

"To know exactly when and who's performing on what day, it gets people really excited and it makes it feel real," says Benoit, "Those are some hot artists this year so we're so excited to bring them up to Craven and show them how we can party in Saskatchewan."



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