Q98.5’s Stage at Country Thunder is Set to Rock the Days Away
The main stage at Country Thunder in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin has one of the festival's best of lineups in over a decade. This isn't only because the 2020 event didn't happen because of the pandemic, the four-day festival is legitimately stacked with big names you know and love. If you haven't blacked out July 15-July 18 on your calendar you may want to do that now.
Your nightly headliners are Dustin Lynch, Eric Church, Kane Brown, and Blake Shelton.
The supporting acts alone making will make Country Thunder Wisconsin a must-attend party. If you miss out on these acts you will experience serious FOMO.
- Ashland Craft
- Chicks With Hits (featuring Terri Clark, Pam Tillis, and Suzie Bogguss)
- Chris Lane
- Clay Walker
- Jenny Tolman
- Kameron Marlowe
- Meghan Patrick
- Neal McCoy
- Nolan Sotillo
- Parker McCollum
- Russell Dickerson
- Tanya Tucker
Directly across from the massive main stage is where you will find Q98.5's stage.
Q98.5 Stage Line-Up
Thursday (July 15) the Q98.5 stage will fire up with Outlaws and Angels, a band that plays new country, a bit of old country, and a little southern rock mixed together. They're the perfect band to kick off the festival.
Friday (July 16) Zac Matthews returns to Country Thunder with Q98.5, adding even more country and more rock. These boys know how to p.a.r.t.y.!
Saturday (July 17) Distilled will make their Country Thunder debut on the Q98.5 stage, though they're no strangers to Country Thunder. (You may recognize them from their full band, Audio Drive.) They too will throw some country and classic rock at you, and maybe a few surprises.
Sunday (July 18) Over The Limit makes their return to Q98.5's stage. Don't sleep on these boys, they will have no problem keeping the party alive on the final day of Country Thunder. There's no doubt, they wrap up the weekend with ever more country and even more classic rock.
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