Cleveland's Music Headliner

‘The Country Fest’

Yeehaw! Giddy up! The Country Fest returns to Clay’s Park Resort in 2021 after falling victim to COVID in 2020.

As Thursday headliner Luke Combs sings, “When It Rains It Pours.” 2020 saw a downpouring of cancellations, now. Now, it’s starting to drizzle the return of events, and, hopefully by summertime, it will be POURING! (Hopefully, of course, save literally at the Country Fest! Camping in the rain is no fun!)

NOTHING spells summer like festivals and country music. Come celebrate the return of concerts, the return of festivals, and the turning of the corner back to the ‘old normal.’ There is a catch, however! One must already have a ticket. The festival is awaiting final capacity limitations from the state before tapping into their waiting list.

The festival will be nothing short of amazing, featuring a star-studded lineup of headliners including Chris Janson (Wednesday), Luke Combs (Thursday), Morgan Wallen (Friday), and Sam Hunt (Saturday).


Tons of fun stuff and activities at the campground will also be happening, be sure to check out the festival’s official website for full details and read CleveRock’s full feature as the event inches closer.

The Country Fest Official Site

Ticket info

Three-day camping tickets (including admission to the festival) is priced at $235 PER PERSON (NOT PER CAMPSITE!) Each individual needs their own ticket! Commuter tickets are available for $109.99 per day or $145 for the entire festival. Prices are subject to service fees. **As of January 2021, a waiting list is in place; presumably while the festival waits on state guidelines for capacity**

Tix / Wait list can be purchased online via the link below: