Hunt headlines Taste of Country
Thursday, September 22, 2016
– Sam Hunt was named as a headliner for the 5th Annual Taste of Country Music Festival, in 2017 at Hunter, N.Y.
The festival will be held June 9-11 at Hunter Mountain Resort in the Catskills.
Jason Aldean was the first headliner announced for the festival.
This past summer's Taste of Country Music Festival hosted a record 53,000 people over the three days with Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Kid Rock, Gary Allan, Big & Rich, Frankie Ballard, Eric Paslay and Old Dominion playing.
A three-day pass for the 2017 Taste of Country Music Festival starts at only $155 with VIP Outlaw packages starting at $499.
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