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Thousands of Concert Goers Enjoy KICKER Country Stampede
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Billboard Music award-winner Luke Bryan performed to thousands of screaming fans at Tuttle Creek State Park as KICKER began the second straight year of a partnership with the preeminent country-music festival in the Midwest.

The KICKER Country Stampede, which ran from June 26-29 in Manhattan, Kansas and for the 19th consecutive time, showcased 20 of country-music’s top acts in a campsite-turned-fanfest. It included talent like Bryan, Eric Church, Easton Corbin and Chris Young.

“KICKER speaks to anyone who loves music, and we’re talking upward to 175,000 passionate fans who turn out for this event year after year," said KICKER Global Marketing Director Kevin Campbell.

KICKER set up the XRV (Xtreme Recreational Vehicle) tractor-trailer, along with a Chevy Silverado and Sonic featuring new Vehicle-Specific Solutions, several UTVs loaded with KICKER Powersports gear, and an active sales trailer for the throngs of fans that descended upon Tuttle Creek. Attendees won several prizes and gift packages throughout the weekend, and were also subjected to the XRV's 20,000-watt Boom Room.

The KICKER Country Stampede country-music and lifestyle festival regularly features multiple live stages with performances from today’s biggest stars, mouth-watering vendor food, shopping, interactive exhibits, camping and much more. Past performers include Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley and Keith Urban to name a few.