Do you remember what going to a concert is like? Sick and tired of social distancing and mask wearing? Ready to grab a beer and shout out the lyrics along with your favorite country star playing live?

With declining coronavirus case rates, increasing vaccination numbers, and warmer weather on the way -- we're all hoping that things get back to normal as soon as possible. Will that be this summer? Concert and festival planners sure seem to think so. Let's take a look at the list of 2021's summer concerts and festivals coming to Minnesota.

2021 MN Country Concert & Festival Schedule

Saturday, June 5th

Alabama

Mystic Lake Casino, Prior Lake


June 18th & 19th

Luke Combs/Darius Rucker/+ More

Winstock, Winsted


June 24th-26th

Jon Pardi/Brothers Osborne/Carly Pearce/+ More

Lakes Jam, Brainerd


Saturday, July 10th

Dylan Scott/Lindsey Ell/Little Texas/+ More

Pierz Freedom Fest, Pierz


Friday, July 16th

Reba McEntire

Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul


Friday, July 16th

Jerrod Niemann

Sherburne County Fair, Elk River


July 22nd-24th

Carrie Underwood/Zac Brown Band/Brett Young/+ More

Twin Cities Summer Jam, Shakopee


 Saturday, July 24th

Dustin Lynch/Jo Dee Messina/Jordan Davis/+ More

FireFest, Cold Spring


Saturday, July 31st

George Strait/Chris Stapleton/Little Big Town

U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis


August 5th-7th

Florida-Georgia Line/Dierks Bentley/Blake Shelton

WE Fest, Detroit Lakes


Thursday, August 26th

Miranda Lambert

Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul


Wednesday, September 1

Tim McGraw/Midland

Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul


Saturday, September 25th

Dan + Shay

Target Center, Minneapolis

Think summer! Stay safe and healthy. Cross your fingers (and all the rest of your body parts). And we'll see you there!

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