If you’re headed to Taste of Country, sponsored by your Neighborhood Michigan Ford Dealers, here are some answers to our most frequently asked Taste of Country questions.


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    Courtesy of Tsurukame Design

    What time do the doors open?

    Doors open at 4 pm on Saturday. But, if I were a betting person, I'd say the line to get in will form much sooner than 4 pm. So if you'd like to be one of the first people into Cooley Law School Stadium, it probably wouldn't hurt to get there a bit early. Music starts at 5pm.

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    Courtesy of arrfoto

    What happens if it rains?

    Taste of Country takes place rain or shine, so dress accordingly.

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    Photo courtesy of evgenyatamanenko/ThinkStock

    Can I bring an umbrella into Taste of Country?

    No, umbrellas, whether big or small, are not allowed into Cooley Law School stadium for Taste of Country.

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    Courtesy of venusphoto

    Can I bring a purse or bag of some kind into Taste of Country?

    Purses, bags, or carry-ins of any kind are not allowed into Taste of Country. That includes, but is not limited to: purses (big or small, cross body or clutch, clear or not), backpacks, fanny packs, coolers, backpacks, cinch bags, and camera bags.

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    Courtesy of Aquir

    What else can not be brought into the venue?

    No outside food or beverage (there will be plenty of delicious food and drink available in the stadium), pets (with the exception of service animals), selfie or GoPro sticks, professional photography or video equipment, laser pointers, roller skates, skateboards, or weapons of any kind.

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    Courtesy of Getty Images

    Can I bring in a sign I made?

    If you wanna make a sign professing your love of Brett Eldredge, Frankie Ballard, Aaron Watson, Runaway June, or Drew Baldridge (or even Banana Don & Stephanie McCoy for that matter) that's cool! Bonus points for best use of glitter.

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