Country Thunder rolls through Kenosha County July 21-24 | Local News

TOWN OF RANDALL – Country Thunder returns to the Town of Randall festival site on Thursday July 21 with country music star Lee Brice headlining the festival’s main stage on opening night.

Over four days, festival-goers can catch performances from rising stars like Maggie Rose to superstars like Morgan Wallen. He was scheduled to perform at Country Thunder in 2021, but canceled his entire tour that summer, following a backlash that occurred earlier this year when video surfaced of Wallen using a racial slur. He has since apologized.

The music festival takes place near Twin Lakes Thursday through Sunday, July 21-24, at the festival site on Highway P, just west of Twin Lakes.

Country Thunder, which now hosts four festivals in the United States and two festivals in Canada, got its start in Wisconsin and has returned every year except 2022, when COVID-19 halted live events.

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In addition to Brice, the headliners are: Chris Young on Friday, Wallen on Saturday and Florida Georgia Line closing Sunday night.

The annual country music festival showcases headliners and up-and-coming artists to a crowd of thousands.

In addition to high-level and award-winning artists, many vendors and campers are added.

The interpreters

The 2022 main stage lineup:

3:30 p.m. – Maggie Rose

5 p.m. — James Barker Band

6:30 p.m. – Elvis Shane

8 p.m. — Granger Smith, with Earl Dibbles Jr.

3:30 p.m. – Kameron Marlowe

6:30 p.m. – Phil Vassar

3:30 p.m. – TylerBraden

6:30 p.m. – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

10 p.m. — Morgan Wallen

2:30 p.m. – jackson dean

5:30 p.m. – Towns of Tenille

9 p.m. — Florida Georgia line

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In addition to high-level and award-winning artists, many vendors and campers are added.

Reserved places are sold out. Four-day general admission passes cost $245 (plus fees), with one-day general admission tickets costing $150 (plus fees). Children 10 and under are admitted free with an adult.

Most camping areas are also sold.

To buy tickets and reserve a campsite or parking space, go to

This is a rain or shine event – and historically has been subject to inclement weather, including storms and extreme heat – which means that if you’re heading into Country Thunder, make sure you have plenty of water available, use sunscreen, and find shade and respite from the heat if needed. Also have rain gear on hand and be prepared for rapid weather changes.

The festival attracts some 100,000 people each year over its four days. Be safe there and have fun.

Toya J. Bell