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Top 5 Country Music Concerts to See in 2022

Country Music Concerts 2022

If you are one of the thousands of people who love country music, then you will enjoy any of these country music concerts 2022. Since there are so many in the U.S. to choose from, we have narrowed it down to the top five events that are still happening this year.

Top 5 Country Music Concerts

1. Grand Country Nights Festival – August 12 to 13, 2022

Hosted at the Grand Casino Hinckley Amphitheater in Hinckley, Minnesota, you are sure to have a grand and entertaining time at the Grand Country Nights Festival! There’s no better way to spend the last of your summer nights, especially with this epic line-up: Brothers Osbrone, Big & Rich, Mason Dixon Line and more.

If you want tickets, you should get them as soon as possible, as they have been available since January. You can get them online. It starts at $99 for a single day and costs $129 for the full two days. General camping is also available, starting at $50.

2. Americana Fest – September 2022

The New York Times has rated the Americana Fest in Nashville Tennessee as “the coolest music scene today” and it is no wonder since there are 147 performing artists scheduled for this year’s five-day event. It will feature legendary country artists like North Mississippi Acoustic, Black Opry Revue, James McMurty, Joshua Ray Walker and Oliver Wood. The festival runs from September 13 to 18, so be sure to get your tickets before they are sold out.

This festival is not only for the fans of country music to enjoy shows but it also has a conference portion that features seminars, panels and exclusive day-time performances. This conference covers the needs and interests of artists, managers, publishers, agents and promoters with leading industry professionals.

Festival pass rates start at $175 or you can get a festival and conference pass for $499, which can all be purchased online at Americana Fest’s website.

3. Firewater Festival – September 29 to October 1, 2022

Whiskey Myers is at it again with their second annual three-day music festival just outside Kansas City. With country rockers headlining the event, you can expect fantastic few days of live music, camping and outdoor activities. If you have nothing to do at the end of September and beginning of October and you are a country music fan, then we would recommend the Firewater Festival.

You can disappear for the weekend between the beautiful forest with a lake and cool down in the emerald pool or wander between the stages. There’s something for everyone at the Firewater Festival and a weekend general admission with free camping pass is only $144 with a two-month payment option. The line-up includes the Old 97s, Goodbye June, Them Dirty Roses, Real Southall Band and Nikki Lane, to name a few.

4. Keith Urban's Speed of Now Tour — Ongoing Until November 5, 2022

If you are a fan of legendary Australian country singer Keith Urban and don’t really prefer an all-weekend music festival, then you can catch him performing at a variety of venues as he does a tour in the U.S. from now through to the 5th of November. Performing his Speed of Now World Tour every weekend across America, there is guaranteed to be a concert near you.

Tickets can be purchased online, and depending on where you are happy to sit (or stand), they will cost you from $91 to a whopping $902 for the best seats in the house.

5. Carrie Underwood's Denim and Rhinestones Tour — Ongoing Until March 17, 2023

Another favorite country singer Carry Underwood is currently on tour in the U.S., and you can be assured of getting tickets to one of her concerts as she is performing all over the states until the 17th of March 2023. After winning the fourth season of American Idol in 2005, she shot to fame and became one of the world’s favorite female country music stars.

You can get tickets from Ticketmaster for anything from $36 in Indianapolis to $526 if you want to experience this famous country star performing at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.

Which Event Will You Attend?

Whether you like a longer event or prefer a one-day jam, there is something here for every country music lover. Make sure to check out headliners, dates and ticket pricing to make your final decision on which show to attend.