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Country Thunder Wisconsin adds more acts

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  • Thompson Square just joined the lineup for Country Thunder Wisconsin, which takes place July 24-27 in Twin Lakes, Wis.

      Thompson Square just joined the lineup for Country Thunder Wisconsin, which takes place July 24-27 in Twin Lakes, Wis.

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Country Thunder Wisconsin, which will once again be bringing top country music performers like Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert to Twin Lakes, Wis., from July 24-27, has just added more performers to its lineup. Joining the party is Thompson Square, Eli Young Band, Randy Houser and Thomas Rhett.

The festival site will become a massive singalong when Gary Allan, Sawyer Brown, Craig Morgan, Mark Chesnutt, Joe Diffie and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band hit the stage. Other acts include up-and-comers Colt Ford, Charlie Worsham, Will Hoge and Chad Brownlee.

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"We feel it's important to get the right mix of talent every year," said executive producer Troy Vollhoffer. "We think we've gotten it right yet again. Our headliners are incredibly strong and we've backed them up with a good mix of hot, young talent, and classic artists who appeal to our entire demographic."

Besides music, the fest also includes shopping, rides, camping and more. Plus, Electronic Thunder, featuring DJs spinning country, red dirt and rock, will offer late-night entertainment.

Four-day passes cost $160. Visit or call (866) 802-6418 for details.

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