Country Crossings Music Festival - Summer 2017

Put on your dancing boots; the inaugural Country Crossings Music Festival will be held in Timber Products Company’s backyard of Central Point, Oregon on July 27-30, 2017.

Country crossings 2017

According to the event's organizer, Taelor Dunn, headliners include Keith Urban, Brett Eldredge, Luke Bryan and Chris Stapleton. “I’m really excited for Chris Stapleton,” Dunn said. “I’ve heard that he puts on one heck of a show!”

Though portions of the lineup are still being finalized, more than 35 artists are expected to perform throughout the four-day weekend, with an emphasis on mixing big names and local favorites. “We are absolutely going to get local acts for the second stage,” said Dunn. “It’s all about getting their names out there!”

The four-day festival is projected to see over 25,000 fans in attendance per day and over 2,200 campsites.

Timber Products Company is proud to be the Saturday sponsor for Country Crossings. We partnered with WCMC, the production company behind the festival, at last year’s Cape Blanco Country Music Festival and are excited to continue our partnership at the new festival in 2017.

More details will be available soon, but do not sleep on tickets to the Country Crossings Music Festival. Visit their website for packages and prices! We will see you next summer!

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