Luke Bryan and Eric Church head to Kicker Country Stampede in Kansas

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The Kicker Country Stampede is proud to announce CMA Entertainer of the
Year nominee and reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year winner LUKE
BRYAN and CMA Male Vocalist of the Year nominee and reigning ACM Album
of the Year winner ERIC CHURCH are set as Friday and Saturday
night headliners, respectively.

“Country Stampede has become a lifestyle event, not
just for the music, but for the overall experience which includes activities
taking place in the campground,” says Country Stampede General Manager Wayne
Rouse. “2014 is going to be a party! We have announced new radio partners and
have the hottest acts in country music set to perform and we are looking forward
to having the biggest year since we started.” 



Today, festival organizers
are pleased to announce exclusive market radio partners for the four-day musical
extravaganza. 94.5 Country in Topeka, Kansas; KFDI in Wichita, Kansas; WDAF
(The Wolf) in Kansas City, Kansas; KX96.9 in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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“We
have a great relationship with radio in all markets, but the with country music
audience growing so rapidly it only made sense for us to expand our marketing
into area surrounding the festival, ” says Rouse. “This is the first time we
have created radio partners exclusively for each market, and it is very
exciting,”

The 19th annual Kicker Country Stampede will take
place at the beautiful Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan, Kansas. The Tuttle
Creek State Park features over 3,000 campsites, shower houses, restrooms, shaded
campsites, and is conveniently located within walking distance of the
festival.

Tickets and general campsites are on sale now. VIP camping is
SOLD OUT!! For a limited time, 4-day tickets are $110. Complete ticket
and camping package information can be accessed by calling 800-795-8091 or on
the Web at www.countrystampede.com.

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