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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (November 2009) Winstock Country Music Festival Location(s) Winsted, Minnesota Years active 1994 - Current Date(s) June 13-14 Genre Country music Website The Winstock Country Music Festival is a two day country music festival that is held in Winsted, MN that usually draws 12,000-15,000 people each day. It is usually held on the second weekend in June and is the first country music festival of the summer in the upper Midwest. Contents 1 History 2 Winstock 2008 3 References 4 External links History The Winstock Country Music Festival was started in 1994 by a group of Holy Trinity School and Parish boosters. It was to be a fundraiser for the school and parish. The first Winstock was held at the Winsted Municipal Airport and one of the headliners was local country star Paulette Carlson. Since then, Winstock has grown and moved across the road to land the festival now owns. Winstock added a second stage in 2005, called the emerging artist stage, and has featured some of the rising country talent such as Keith Anderson, Little Big Town, and Sugarland. Winstock has featured some country music's biggest talent on its two stages and this year it will be headlined by Montgomery Gentry and Reba McIntire in its 15th year. Winstock 2008 Winstock Country Music Festival will feature the following country music acts:[1] Friday - Main Stage (in order of appearance) DiamondBack Bomshel Sawyer Brown Montgomery Gentry Friday - Emerging Artists Stage (in order of appearance) The Dixie Hicks[1] The Lost Trailers |width=33%| Saturday - Main Stage (in order of appearance) Ten Cent Biscuit featuring Lisa Bailey Keith Anderson Emerson Drive Kellie Pickler Craig Morgan Reba McEntire Saturday - Emerging Artists Stage (in order of appearance) Emily West Lady Antebellum |} References ^ "Schedule - 2008". Winstock Country Music Festival. Retrieved 29 May 2008.  External links Winstock Country Music Festival home page