Country music festival Winstock has made the decision to postpone this year's event due to COVID-19 concerns. This year's event would have been the 27th as the annual fundraising event for Holy Trinity Catholic Schools in Winsted.

In a post on their website, Committee Chairman Dave Danielson said:

We held out on making this decision as long as we could, but we realize people need to adjust their plans accordingly. With the COVID-19 pandemic, there are just too many unknowns with what the world will look like by June. As much as it hurts us to postpone Winstock, we think it is the right thing to do.

All tickets and camping for this year will be valid next year. Ticket holders should expect to hear from Winstock via mail in the next 7 - 10 days with additional information.

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The 2020 lineup consisted of Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Runaway June, and more.

The Winstock Committee is working with artist management in Nashville in an attempt to keep the artist lineup as in tact as possible for the event in 2021. Some artists may not be able to perform on the rescheduled dates, and updates to the lineup will be shared once known.

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