With just one week until the early bird deadline ends and prices increase, Winstock organizers are encouraging fans to get their tickets soon – not only to save money –
but to also ensure tickets are available.
“I know it seems like a marketing gimmick, but if everyone we project purchases tickets this week prior to the early bird deadline, it is very likely there won’t be many left for purchase after March 15,” said Winstock Country Music Festival Committee Chairman Dave Danielson. “It could sell out earlier than ever this year.
We said it a few months ago, but if you have campsites already purchased, please make sure everyone in your group has their tickets secured by the early bird deadline to guarantee they won’t miss out.”
VIP, Reserved Seats, and Campgrounds A, B, C, and D for the June 17-18 event in Winsted have already sold out. This is the earliest in its history that reserved seats have sold out, and general admission tickets and campsites have also been selling fast. After March 15, general admission tickets will increase from $140.00 to $155.00 for the weekend. Beginning June 1 through the event, the cost is $175.00 for the weekend, pending availability. Best-available camp sites also remain available at shop.winstockfestival.com.
“Winstock is poised to be one of the don’t miss events of the summer, and we can’t wait to celebrate our return to June,” Danielson said. “Don’t delay – save the money and get your tickets today.”
Tim McGraw, Jake Owen, Brothers Osborne, Jimmie Allen, Gary Allan, Neal McCoy, Jameson Rodgers, Little Texas, MacKenzie Porter, Larry Fleet, Walker County, Casi Joy, Stephen Paul, The Jensen Sisters, and Jake Nelson will all perform at Winstock ‘22.