This year’s Kicker Country Stampede hopes to offer country music lovers new experiences, all while being in a new location for the first time in 24 years.

Country Stampede announced May 31 the music festival will be held in Topeka because of flooding concerns at Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan.

The festival will take place June 20-22 at Heartland Motorsports Park, 7530 S.W. Topeka Blvd.

Headliners include Jake Owen, Old Dominion, Clint Black and Jason Aldean.

Other performers throughout the three-day event include Michael Ray, Jimmie Allen, Travis Denning and Morgan Wallen.

The 2019 Country Stampede will offer experiences and activities such as corn hole tournaments, human foosball, a mechanical bull, ax throwing and archery.

Carlos O’Kelly’s Radio World stage will return this year

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