Dauphin’s Countryfest

late June
Dauphin, Manitoba (MB)


Canada’s longest running country music festival, Dauphin’s Countryfest features country music from some of the hottest stars in the business including Tim McGraw, Terri Clark, Travis Tritt, Lorrie Morgan, Keith Urban, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and CMT Award nominee Toby Keith.






Dauphin’s Countryfest was the winner of both the Sustainable Tourism Award and the Award of Distinction at the 13th Annual Manitoba Tourism Awards.

Features of Dauphin’s Countryfest include the Battle of the Bands which is open to bands from any genre of music, and the Annual Talent Contest, with prizes of a 5 song recording package, a single released to radio coast to coast, 12 weeks of Country Radio tracking and a commemorative plaque.

There is also fun to be had in the Home Hardware Campground Contest that encourages campers to decorate their campsite, camper and/or tent.

Performances at the Dauphin’s CountryFest take place at the Manitoba Lotteries Main Stage, the Credit Union Corral Stage, and the Hilltop Stage.

EVENT / FESTIVAL TIPS:
Tickets are available to suit all budgets, from $50 for reserved seating, to $500 for the special VIP pass that includes a weekend pass, a reserved seat in the VIP Section, a VIP parking pass, lunch and dinner in the VIP Dining Tent Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and an opportunity to purchase a VIP Campsite.

See www.countryfest.ca/page.php?section=2 for further details.

For more information about the Dauphin’s Countryfest visit the official web site at www.countryfest.ca/











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