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The Country Fest reschedules 2020 event


The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 (COVID-19) has forced the cancellation, postponement and rescheduling of countless concerts and events. The Country Fest is now one of them.

The three-day event originally planned for June 18-20 has been postponed and rescheduled for Aug. 6-8 at Clay’s Park Resort in North Lawrence, Ohio. The date is one week after Neon Nights which will be July 31 & Aug. 1, creating a great week of country music at Clay’s.

Of course, this was no small fete for the guys at Project Live. They had to first find a date that would be open at Clay’s, next reschedule all of the acts. They did keep both Brett Eldredge and Dierks Bentley, but unfortunately could not get Luke Combs rescheduled for this year’s event. Instead, Eric Church will return to the fest on Friday night. The Country Fest is already working on getting Combs back for 2021.

The rest of the schedule saw some changes. The complete three-day roster of artists is below.

Those who have tickets for the 2020 June dates will be honored for the new dates in Aug. If you can’t make it for the new dates, you can exchange for tickets to The Country Fest in 2021. TCF hopes that fans that can’t make the new date will choose this option and keep them afloat during this time. If needed refunds (minus fees) are available.

If you won tickets to The Country Fest from Cleveland Country Magazine, you will be receiving tickets to the event in Aug.

The official statement from The Country Fest and the 2020 artist schedule is below. For more information and tickets go to

Thursday, August 6
4pm – Teddy Robb
6pm – Niko Moon
8pm – TC3
10pm – Brett Eldredge

Friday, August 7
4pm – Jameson Rodgers
6pm – Rae Lynn
8pm – Jimmie Allen
10pm – Eric Church

Saturday, August 8
4pm – Ashland Craft
6pm – Michael Ray
8pm – Jon Pardi
10pm – Dierks Bentley

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