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 Festival Tips

"Camping"

It is very important to arrive at the same time as your friends to be able to camp with them. Even if you have reserved campsites, sometimes they change your campsite number when things get crazy.

If everyone can't get there at the same time, make sure the vehicles you want on campsite, get there at the same time.

"Ladies"

Make sure you wear that new pair of boots as many times as possible before you wear them at a festival. You walk more at a festival than anywhere else. If you don't break in your boots before the festival, you won't be able to walk on Sunday.

"Get Your Boots On"

 

"Fight or Fornicate"

Gentlemen, Consider this? Fighting has always been a tradition at Country Festivals. However, there are better things to do.

3/4 of the crowd at a Country Festival these days are girls. This means that there are 3 girls to every guy. 1/2 the men are married. Which means 4 girls to every guy. Most girls go to a Country Festival with hopes of meeting the cowboy of their dreams.

 You have a choice. You can fight, get kicked out, miss the show, and go to jail; or you can get lucky!  I would rather roll around with a pretty cowgirl, than a dude. Think about it!

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"Fight or Fornicate"

Gentlemen, Consider this? Fighting has always been a tradition at Country Music Festivals. However, there are better things to do.

3/4 of the crowd at a Country Festival these days are girls. This means that there are 3 girls to every guy. 1/2 the men are married. Which means 4 girls to every guy. Most girls go to a Country Festival with hopes of meeting the cowboy of their dreams.

 You have a choice. You can fight, get kicked out, miss the show, and go to jail; or you can get lucky!  I would rather roll around with a pretty cowgirl, than a dude. Think about it!

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Festival Tips

"Extreme Storms"

Make sure you are prepared for bad weather. Many festivals this year have encountered heavy storms. Buy extra tent stakes, bring an extra tarp, don't set up your tent in a low spot. and bring extra socks.

Plus, make sure you bring a poncho. With many shows not allowing chairs or umbrellas, a poncho may be the only thing keeping you from sitting on wet ground.

Have fun!  Stay dry!


Liquor

They always take your liquor at the gate if it is in a glass bottle. The same applies to beer. Make sure your liquor bottle is plastic.

A plastic Arizona Iced Tea bottle from the dollar store is a very safe, descrete way of transporting your liquor.

 Merle Haggard

Country Music Festivals Artist of the Month for May

Merle Haggard

"50 Plus Years Contributing to Country Music"

Not everyone realizes how long Merle Haggard has been performing. This might be because he is still touring like someone in their twenties. Merle is Country Strong. Over 25 shows this year.

To give you an idea of how long Merle Haggard has been a Country Music Star. Merle Haggard was the first entertainer of the year at the ACM Awards in 1970. A member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, 40 number one hits, and dozens of top ten hits.  Still touring today, Merle Haggard deserves our respect for being a pioneer of Country Music for over 50 years.

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