Get out your boots and put on your hearts, because Niagara Falls is getting its own country music festival.
Organizers are planning for Frost Stampede, a two-day country music festival, to hit the Scotiabank Convention Centre in February 2019, bringing together well-known country music acts and all other things country.
“Frost Stampede will not only host some of the most popular country artists but will also feature like-minded vendors, attractions, merchandise, food, and beverage,” said Chris Dabrowski, event director, who also runs Niagara Falls Comic Con.
“We’ll even be adding thousands of pounds of hay to the festival floor to give attendees a true country festival authentic look and feel,” he added.
The festival looks to showcase 10 to 12 artists and hopes to feature some top names, as well as local emerging artists.
“There’s no doubt country music is one of the most popular genres right now, so it makes perfect sense to tap into this market during a time when most aren’t thinking country festival. What better backdrop for a country festival than Niagara Falls in the winter? We have a plethora of beautiful hotels nearby, and people will travel from all over Canada and the U.S. to attend the festival,” added Dabrowski.
Frost Stampede is expected to announce its country line-up within the coming months along with early bird tickets.
The event will be Feb. 22 and 23, 2019.
Niagara Now will stay up-to-date on these announcements.
For more info you can visit, froststampede.com.