Night in the Country Music Festival
Night in the Country 2021 has sold out!
What originally began as a community fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club has blossomed into a serious country music festival, but get this: It’s practically out in the middle of nowhere Nevada, and that’s the beauty of it. You can escape the hustle and bustle of the big city and wander into the country, where you’ll be dazzled by some of the world’s leading country music artists. Located on the outskirts of the quiet community of Yerington, nearly 30,000 country music fans flock to the Lyon County Fairgrounds for an impressive lineup of country’s biggest stars.
Past acts have included Kip Moore, Chase Rice, LOCASH, Blackjack Billy, Jake Owen, The Band Perry, Old Dominion, Little Big Town, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley and more. But, it’s not just the music that’s been drawing people out to the middle of nowhere Nevada for 20 years. This sold out event is practically the cowboy version of Burning Man, with themed camp sites, wild costumes, and all night partying. In fact, the party zone section of the campground area is so wild it’s been known to attract the performers themselves.
In addition to some of America’s top performers, visitors can also enjoy access to the Full Moon Saloon venue, Extreme Bull Riding, mud volleyball and more. So grab that American flag bikini, a case of ice-cold beer and head to Yerington for an unforgettable Night in the Country. You never know who you just might bump into.
2021 Event Headliners
2021 headliners include The Marshall Tucker Band, Cody Johnson, Jon Pardi, Whitey Morgan, Rodney Atkins, Chris Janson, Gabby Barrett, Tyler Rich, Niko Moon, Lainey Wilson and more.
General Admission $110-150
This type of ticket allows visitors to access the main venue and camping with a 2-day pass. Enjoy multiple bars and a variety of food vendor options along with access to the Full Moon Saloon.
Superfan, VIP, Reserved, Club 149 and Country Cabana seating have all sold out for 2021.
Camping at Night in the Country
Campgrounds open Thursday, July 22 for the 2021 event. All campers must have a two-day concert ticket of a General Admission, Superfan, Reserved Seating, VIP or Club 149 to enter the campgrounds. Once you’ve chosen the type of campsite that appeals to you, you will be required to camp in that space.
Be sure to leave the following items at home: fireworks, tiki torches, fuel operated lanterns, charcoal BBQs or fire pits of any kind, campfire supplies, pets, weapons, drones, drugs & drug paraphernalia, medical or recreational marijuana, golf carts/off road vehicles/dirt bikes, light beams, fliers/stickers/posters, spray paint, kegs, glass bottles.
Several different pass options are available and must be purchased in advance.
For more specifics on Night in the Country and to get your hands on tickets, please visit NightInTheCountry.org. Phone: 775-463-5114