Country music lovers from across the state are expected to start rolling in today for the Big Horn Country USA Camping and Music Festival in Sheridan.
Organizers say camping check-in at the Wild Flower Campground starts at noon today and there will be a trolley running from there to the Trails End Concert Park in town off North Main Street.
The stage shows run from Thursday to Saturday, with headliners Big and Rich, Brantley Gilbert and Lady Antebellum, respectively, for the grand stand shows each night at 10.
Shows on the grounds will run from 2-8 each day, and include: Jagertown, Due West, Aaron Watson and Thomas Rhett on Thursday; Zac Hatcher, Jamie Lynn Spears, Chase Rice and Joe Nichols on Friday; and Denae Gardner, Rusty Evans, Blackjack Billy, Jana Kramer and Brett Eldredge on Saturday.
Promoter Rob Green said tickets are still available and run from $75 to $150, depending on the night or if purchasing a single day ticket or three-day pass. Just go to the Big Horn Country USA website for details. The link is posted with this story at sheridanmedia.com.
Organizers say there will be two stages on the concert park grounds, with performers being shown on two jumbo-trons and there will be an arts and crafts village there, too. Also, they said, there are more than a thousand campsites at the Wild Flower, all overlooking the Big Horn Mountains, and the trolley service will also offer a regular run to downtown Sheridan.
Website -- bighorncountryusa.com