Michigan’s Biggest Country Festival Returns In July
With two words the Faster Horses Music Festival announced their intention to return this summer. Those two words? "We Back."
The 2020 version of the event was shut down due to the pandemic, but the 2021 version will take place just weeks after the state lifts the bulk of gathering restrictions and masking requirements on July 1st. Due to the timing of the event, it's likely to be the largest gathering in the state since at least March 2020. Each day of the 3-day festival is expected to draw nearly 50,000 concertgoers.
Tickets for the event are currently available on the Faster Horses website with General Admission passes for the weekend starting at $250 for all 3 days. Single-day tickets will not be available this year. For those wishing to camp, those passes are separate and are currently available starting at $195.
In addition to the headliners, the 'Camping & Country' event will host Kelsea Ballerini, Jon Pardi, Gabby Barrett, Carly Pearce, Chris Lane & more.
The first Faster Horses event took place in July of 2013 and featured acts including Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Kix Brooks, Chris Young, Colt Ford, and more.