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Country Stampede is an annual four-day country music and camping festival held the last full weekend in June at Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan, KS. The event features multiple live stages with performances from today’s biggest stars, mouth-watering vendor food, shopping, interactive exhibits, a rocking saloon, camping, and much, much, more. Past performers include Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, and Keith Urban to name a few.
The event takes place at the scenic Tuttle Creek State Park just about five miles north of Manhattan, KS. It’s less than an hour from Topeka and Salina and about two hours from Wichita, Kansas City, Lincoln, and Omaha.
The 18th annual Country Stampede will take place June 27-28-29-30, 2013. Country music superstar Jason Aldean is set to take the stage on Friday, June 28. We will have many more exciting acts to announce... so stay tuned!
The 2012 Country Stampede saw an attendance of about 165,000 throughout the entire weekend. And thanks to the giant 94.5 Country Starscreen, everybody got to see their favorite artists give larger than life performances.
Get the full Country Stampede experience by being one of the many thousands of Stampeders who make our campgrounds home during the festival. The beautiful Tuttle Creek State Park features over 2,400 campsites, bath houses with showers and restrooms, dumping stations, and a limited number of electrical hookups. Primitive campsites are available for sale now. Sites with electrical and water hook-ups are sold by phone only in early December.