SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Country Summer, Northern California’s biggest annual country music festival, has been rescheduled to Oct. 23-25, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Health and safety are our top priorities, and we’ve been monitoring the COVID-19 situation carefully. After consultation with county officials, the decision was made to reschedule,” Alan Jacoby, executive producer of Country Summer, said.
“Thanks to a multi-faceted team effort, including our community, our partners and the country music entertainment industry, we are pleased to announce that Country Summer has come together for later this year.”
Jacoby says that while much of the lineup will remain the same, there will be some changes. An updated lineup will be announced in the next few weeks.
Country Summer is held at the Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds, 1350 Bennett Valley Road. As previously scheduled, the festival will feature more than 20 performers on two stages, including 14 nationally known entertainers on the Chevy Silverado Stage and popular up-and-coming artists on the Redwood Credit Union Stage between main acts.
Previously purchased three-day passes, single-day tickets, Country Club memberships and upgraded parking will be honored for the new 2020 dates. “We’re focused on ticket holder’s satisfaction and realize the new dates may not work for all of our fans,” Jacoby said.
“After the updated lineup has been announced, ticket holders will be contacted to work through their options, including processing exchanges and refunds as requested.”
Country Summer tickets will go back on sale after the updated lineup has been announced.
Event sponsors include the Bay Area Chevrolet Dealers, Redwood Credit Union, Bud Light, Friedman’s Home Improvement, United Airlines, Kendall-Jackson, Sonoma Clean Power, Jack Daniel’s, Ongaro & Sons, White Claw Hard Seltzer, Montgomery Village, Cattlemens, Harris Ranch, River Rock Casino, Creams Heavy Duty Towing, Avion Tequila, Absolut, Papé Material Handling, Westwood and Froggy 92.9.