August 3, 2015


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Rowdy, pardner

Dauphin's Countryfest a good time, no matter how much it rains

Some Countryfesters get introduced to Jeanie VanWorkum and her horse named Mister. They horse crew was brought in to promote good citizenship in the campground.
Campers fill the fields behind the stage. The festival expanded its camping area to 4,300 this year.
Performer Lisa Brokop on stage Friday afternoon.
A good old fashion
Lee Brice
First time festival partier Jordan Fidler.
Aerial photos of the festival site.
Rain blessed festival goers most of the weekend.
abandoned campsite
Perry performs as the headliner Friday night.
Perry performs as the headliner Friday night.
Dallas Smith performs
Dedicated wet fans watch Dallas Smith performs second last Saturday night.
Blake Shelton headlines Saturday night at the festival.
Blake Shelton headlines Saturday night at the festival.
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Some Countryfesters get introduced to Jeanie VanWorkum and her horse named Mister. They horse crew was brought in to promote good citizenship in the campground. -
Campers fill the fields behind the stage. The festival expanded its camping area to 4,300 this year. -
Performer Lisa Brokop on stage Friday afternoon. -
A good old fashion "Shotgun" beer chugging in the back of a pickup truck hot tub. -
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Lee Brice -
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First time festival partier Jordan Fidler. -
Aerial photos of the festival site. -
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Rain blessed festival goers most of the weekend. -
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abandoned campsite -
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Perry performs as the headliner Friday night. -
Perry performs as the headliner Friday night. -
Dallas Smith performs -
Dedicated wet fans watch Dallas Smith performs second last Saturday night. -
Blake Shelton headlines Saturday night at the festival. -
Blake Shelton headlines Saturday night at the festival. -
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