I-105 Country Freedom Fest starring Tyler Farr & Chris Janson – July 3-4 at Buck Motorsports Park & Entertainment Complex


I-105 COUNTRY FREEDOM FEST

at Buck Motor Sports & Entertainment Complex in Quarryville on July 3 – 4, 2024

Celebrating Buck Motorsports’ 50th Anniversary Season with a TWO DAY festival.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 3RD:

Tyler Farr

Sawyer Brown

Thompson Square

Gillian Smith



THURSDAY, JULY 4TH:

Chris Janson

Priscilla Block

Dalton Dover

Bobby Law & The Late Show


Sponsored by: Providence Autos Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and McGrew Equipment Company


– PARKING & CAMPING –
Parking is free as usual. Camping spaces are available For Tuesday July 2 – Sunday July 7th, including concerts on July 3&4 and Independence Day demolition derby & fireworks on July 6th. Anyone wishing to camp must reserve their space by calling the buck office at 717-284-2139 to make a reservation – camping spots are limited. Tailgating is permitted, please come and celebrate responsibly.

– TICKETING –
General Admission tickets can be purchased for $45 for July 3rd and $55 for July 4 or get a $90 combo pass for both days. General Admission includes standing/lawn chair seating on the track or in the seating in the bleachers.

Limited VIP tickets are available for each day and will sell out quickly. VIP tickets must be purchased for July 3 and / or July 4 – there is no combo VIP. VIP tickets include express ticketing & entry into the park, a sublimated VIP lanyard with VIP credential, and PIt/Stage front access.

Get your tickets now and additional concert info at CountryFreedomFest.com.


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