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Orlando’s Country Thunder lineup: Eric Church, Kane Brown, more

The camping festival returns to Florida on March 27-29.
Eric Church will headline the 2020 Country Thunder festival, returning to the Orlando area on March 27-29. [Joe Pugilese]
Published Nov. 7
Updated Nov. 7

Hear that thunder off in the distance? It’s the sound of a boatload of country music artists rolling into Orlando.

The annual Country Thunder festival on Thursday unveiled the lineup for next year’s event, coming March 27-29 to Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee.

Kane Brown will headline the opening night, followed by Dierks Bentley on Saturday and Eric Church closing out the whole thing on Sunday. Other artists on the bill: Russell Dickerson, Ashley McBryde, Lanco, Lonestar, Sawyer Brown, Parker McCollum, Tenille Townes, Dallas Smith, Jon Langston, Meghan Patrick and more to come.

While Country Thunder is a camping festival, you can just buy a ticket for the shows — tickets are $75 per day and $130 for the weekend. Camping starts at $165 for a primitive lot and goes up from there.

Click here for all the details on Country Thunder 2020.

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