So Gone Country in London is set to celebrate year number three of the Country portion of Rock The Park. And we thought it might be fun to put together a top ten list of why you wouldn’t want to miss this years event. So here it is…
10. As the country music genre continues to explode Gone Country is bringing you some of the best of what Canadian and US Country music has to offer all for $109 + Tax for 2 days of AMAZING Country Music!
9. The Fact that River Town Saints are playing the Molson Canadian Side Stage for two days that’s worth the cost of admission alone because these boys know how to bring a party!
8. With Autumn Hill taking part in their first Gone Country event and knowing what kind of set these guys put out we know it will be a heck of a kick off to either night.
7. Did we mention that the boys from High Valley are going to be there? One of Canada’s hottest duo’s in the industry with hits like County Line, Make You Mine and current hit rocking the charts Come On Down we know they will bring a party to Gone Country in 2016!
6. With Snapback flying up the charts and after witnessing the Old Dominion show on a couple of occasions last summer the boys from OD will be ready to rock Harris Park. Get ready for this set folks.
5. We know for a fact that Tim Hicks puts on a heck of a show and never disappoints his fans and the fact that he hasn’t played may shows in 2016 or have many announced we think that London is in for a treat with Tim and possibly some new music!
4. With Dallas Smith hitting the stage for a 2nd time and we know the fans loved him you really couldn’t ask for a better performer to hit the Gone Country Stage…
3. So we know there is one more Mystery artist to be added and we love mysteries. I would be inclined to buy my ticket before that Mystery artist gets announced. Yup before it sells out!
2. The always entertaining Brad Paisley will be sure to light up the night in July there is no doubt about that…
1. JAKE OWEN BABY… Yup Mr. Barefoot Bluejean Night, Days of Gold and Real Life hitmaker is going to headline his very first Canadian Headline show in London, Ontario. And if you haven’t seen Jake in concert you won’t want to miss him.