OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) – The 2020 Country USA and Rock USA music festivals have been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The organization announced on June 3, that since the coronavirus outbreak they have been in constant contact with artists, vendors, local governments, and health officials and have determined for the safety and well being of the community they will be cancelling this years events.

Country USA officials say that they are looking to reschedule these events to the months of June and July of 2021.

All tickets, campsites, VIP seating, and any other purchases made for this year will also remain valid for next year’s event. Event organizers report that credit will also be available to any individual who purchased tickets for this year’s events.

The organization says, “Stay safe. Stay positive. Take care of eachother. Give eachother love and grace in these trying times. We will be back, stronger than ever in the near future.”

Original Story: Wisconsin Coronavirus: Country USA postponed until August

WEDNESDAY 4/22/2020 1:26 p.m.

OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) – Country USA has been postponed until August, according to The Hypervibe Team.

In a Friday release, officials say the music festival will now take place from August 13-15.

“This was a difficult decision to make, but safety is ALWAYS our number one priority. We use this principle to guide everything that we do, and it is now clear that moving the event to August is in the best interest of everyone’s safety,” The Hypervibe Team said.

They add that they continue to work to finish the full lineup, but have announced three headliners:

  • Toby Kieth on Thursday, August 13
  • Thomas Rhett on Friday, August 14
  • Kane Brown on Saturday, August 15

All previously purchased tickets will be valid for the new dates. If you are unable to make the rescheduled Country USA, the Hypervibe Team says you can choose to have your same tickets transferred to County USA 2021, or receive a refund.

“Please be patient with us as we are abiding by Wisconsin’s safer-at-home order, and are working to finalize all of the plans and details with this date change.”

For more on Country USA, visit their website.