After suffering through a 2020 pandemic that forced concerts and festivals to shelve their plans, we have new reason for hope. Moondance Jammin' Country Fest has announced their 2021 dates and lineup.

The Covid vaccine roll out in our area has been pretty amazing with everyone 16+ in our area who wants it has the opportunity to get it. That coupled with the state opening up the capacity of outdoor events to 10,000 starting April 1, we are feeling very confident that everything is going in the right direction for summer outdoor festivals.

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2021 Moondance Jammin' Country Fest Lineup

  • Midland
  • Neal McCoy
  • Tyler Farr
  • Lauren Alaina
  • Jo Dee Messina
  • David Lee Murphy
  • Blackhawk
  • Kentucky Headhunters
  • Ned Ledoux
  • + more

As with everything this past year, we expect that there may be changes or things that come up that are out of our control and we are ready for the challenge. But, right now we are setting our sights on June and if anything does come up, we are ready to deal with it and will keep you all in the loop. We just can't wait to see all of you happy Jammers this summer!

If you need passes and camping for the 2021 event, good news! Everything is on sale now right HERE.

Despite the announcement that Kenny Chesney's 2021 show in early June at U.S. Bank Stadium has been postponed until 2022, the belief is that increasing vaccination rates in the state will make live concerts and festivals doable especially later in the summer for events like the Twin Cities Summer Jam and WE Fest.

You can see the full list of 2021 Minnesota country concert and festival dates HERE.

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