As we start to see things lighten up and CDC guidelines start to weaken, Faster Horses aren't wasting any time, as they've just announce the country music festival held in Michigan will be happening in July. In a tweet sent out this morning, the festival confirmed its return with some big names expected to be in attendance:
Happening July 16th, 17th, & 18th in Brooklyn, MI, the festival is currently selling passes from anywhere from $215 all the way up to $650 for VIP passes. Expected to play is Kelsea Ballerini, Thomas Rhett, Luke Combs, and Jason Aldean at the Michigan International Speedway for the three day event. Festival goers have the option of picking a specific campsite or choosing the “best available” and purchasing their festival passes and camping passes in one transaction on their website.
There is a limit of 8 General Admission festival passes, 6 VIP Tack Room and 6 campsites per household/transaction, and campground hours are Thursday July 15th from 9 a.m. until Monday July 19th, at Noon. Checking in can happen anytime after the campgrounds open.
This audience most likely is the crowd that may not be a part of the "social distancing" scene, but regardless, staying safe during a pandemic is always suggested. With an expected 40,000 people in attendance, that will basically be impossible to do, but we can hope that nothing bad comes from this gathering. This will be the largest public gathering in Michigan since the start of the pandemic in 2020.
Michigan's Mobile Bar Service- Byrdie Bar
is the brainchild of Michigan bartender Kristine Mannino and offers top shelf drinks out of her fashionably customized mobile trailer. Let's check out the design: