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Manitoulin Country Fest Adds Blackjack Billy to 10th Anniversary Lineup

Posted on the 26 January 2016 by Hendrik Pape @soundcheckblg

Our friends at Manitoulin's Country 100.7 The Island announced the final piece of the lineup for this summer's special 10th Anniversary of Manitoulin Country Fest which takes place August 4-7 in Little Current, Ontario.

The 10th Anniversary lineup already boasts headliners Brett Kissel, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and The Road Hammers along with a solid lineup of supporting acts including 2015 CCMA Female Artist of the Year Jess Moskaluke, 2015 CCMA Rising Star Madeline Merlo, 2015 CCMA Rising Star Nominee Tristan Horncastle, 2015 BCCMA Ray McAuley Horizon Award winner Danielle Marie, Yoan, Jason Benoit, Tim Chaisson and Jessica Mitchell.

We have learned that Blackjack Billy have been added to the Saturday lineup ahead of The Road Hammers. Organizers tell us that there's still one more slot to fill on Saturday and all of Sunday, both of which are expected to be announced in the very near future.

Blackjack Billy are no strangers to sharing the stage with the Road Hammers having toured across Canada with the Hammers and Doc Walker just over a year ago on the Bands on the Run tour.

Tickets for the event are on sale now and if you act quickly you can still get a weekend pass for just $99.99!! Prices go up on February 1 so don't wait! Call today to get your tickets for $99.99 (+hst and mailing fees) 1-866-755-7425 or order them online here -> http://www.manitoulincountryfest.com/tickets

Manitoulin Country Fest adds Blackjack Billy to 10th Anniversary Lineup

Field Service Tech by day, Live Music Nut by night! My family and I call the Thousand Islands region of Ontario home. I'm a blogger, social media geek, tech, and live music fanatic. I founded Sound Check Entertainment in 2010 to help promote festivals and emerging artists from across Canada and the world! I now act as festivals liaison, manage media relations and, of course, cover events in the National Capital region. I'm also a diehard Habs fan but Sens fans fear not; as long as they aren't playing against my Habs I cheer just as loud for the Sens.

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