Country Stampede Seeks Volunteers

By: 13 News
By: 13 News

It's a great chance for country music fans - the annual Country Stampede is looking for volunteers!

The event at Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan typically uses 350 volunteers to set up, tear down, clean up and serve beverages. In exchange, volunteers get lunch and dinner on the days they work, a four-day pass to the festival and an employee parking pass.

Volunteers must be 18-years old and work five hours each of the four days. This year's festival is June 26th thru 29th.

Contact Mick McCallister at 785-223-2551 if you or your group is interested. You can also email mickmccallister@embarqmail.com.

Entertainers on the schedule this year include Little Big Town, Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, Sugarland and Josh Turner.

Media sponsors for this year's Stampede are WIBW-TV and 94.5 Country radio.


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