Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Toby Keith, Luke Bryan, Big & Rich and more to Thunder on the Mountain

Posted By on Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 1:13 PM

Toby Keith headlines Thunder on the Mountain.
  • Toby Keith headlines Thunder on the Mountain.

Lookout now, ya'll! Ol' Toby Keith's comin' back to Arkansas for a little Thunder on the Mountain.

TotM, as it is called by nobody except me, is the new country festival set for June 6-8 at Mulberry Mountain near Ozark.

The promoter is Pipeline Productions of Lawrence, Kan., the same outfit that produces the much-loved Wakarusa and Yonder Mountain Harvest Festival. Pipeline announced the full TotM lineup today. At the top of the bill are Keith, Luke Bryan, Big & Rich, Montgomery Gentry, Thompson Square and Arkansas's own Justin Moore.

Tickets go on sale Dec. 11. Full lineup after the jump.

2013 Thunder on the Mountain Artist Lineup:

Toby Keith
Luke Bryan
Big & Rich
Montgomery Gentry
Thompson Square
Justin Moore
Gretchen Wilson
Easton Corbin
Colt Ford
Randy Houser
Pat Green
Randy Rogers Band
Jana Kramer
Kevin Fowler
Josh Abbott Band
Casey Donahew Band
Bucky Covington
Greg Bates
Reckless Kelly
LoCash Cowboys
Stoney LaRue
Todd Snider
Roger Creager
The Lost Trailers
JT Hodges
Cody Canada & The Departed
Moonshine Bandits
The LACS
Aaron Watson
The Cadillac Black
Sturgill Simpson
Adam Craig Band
Clayton Anderson
Sunny Ledfurd
Bleu Edmondson
Brandon Jenkins
John D. Hale Band
Matt Stell & The Crashers
The Sarah Hughes Band
Lance Carpenter

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