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See This Year’s Star-Studded Faster Horses Festival Lineup
With headliners Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line and Brooks & Dunn, this is a festival you will not want to miss!
With so many amazing music festivals hitting this summer, we know it can hard to decide which to fit in your jam packed calendar. However, we can assure you that this year’s Faster Horses is a can’t miss event!
The exciting music festival is set to return to Michigan International Speedway for the 6th year in a row on July 20, 21 and 22. This year’s “three-day hillbilly sleepover” will be headlined by Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line and the legendary reunited duo Brooks & Dunn, as well as a number talented stars such as Ashley McBryde, Billy Currington, Brantley Gilbert, Cam, Chris Janson, Dustin Lynch, LOCASH, Midland, Morgan Wallen, Parmalee, Raelynn, Tyler Farr and Walker Hayes.
Sponsored by Live Nation, Faster Horses regularly brings about 40,000 fans through the gates of the Michigan International Speedway each day of the festival. "I wanted something different. Something giant,“ Faster Horses promoter and Live Nation president Brian O'Connell said. "I’m really proud of this lineup. I’m jacked about all the acts on the Next from Nashville stage, if you look at the history, look at the acts that started there. Look where they are now. I look back at the first year, with Cole Swindell on the Next from Nashville stage, and here we are just finishing up his first headlining tour with him this year. Those are the kind of things that I look forward to.”
Aside from listening to amazing music, fans can participate in a number of festival activities including the Budweiser Country Club hangout spot, creation station art bar, Dee Jay Silver’s Friday and Sunday morning pancake party, the Faster Humans Fun Run, a free arcade, carnival rides and games, the giant waterslide, and the Hustle and Muscle Classic Car and Truck Show, among others. Camping is also a huge staple of the festival, with overnight and day parking passes available for sale on the festival’s website. For those not camping, daily parking rates will start at $20 and VIP parking passes will be available for $50 each day at the festival.
General admission passes will be available for $230 at the box office. There are other options including the standing room only VIP Tack Room for $375 and the VIP Tack Room for $599. We can’t wait to see you there!
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