It All Started With a Beer, Helluva Life, and Sunshine to Whiskey are all songs about life from country newcomer Frankie Ballard, who will headline Friday night, June 15, at the Comstock Windmill Festival.
Ballard replaces Luke Combs as the Friday night headliner after Combs had to cancel due to losing his voice.
Ballard headlines with Ned LeDoux, who is worth the price of admission and sounds more like his dad, Chris LeDoux, every day. Nashville country group Runaway June also performs Friday night.
Lee Brice, the Casey Donahew Band and Nebraska’s own Lexi Larson take the stage Saturday, June 16.
Sunday acts include Diamond Rio, with their hit, One More Day; Texas singer/songwriter Cody Johnson; and a return visit by the always popular Trick Pony.
Campsites and festival tickets are available online or at the gate. Comstock has never ever turned anyone away. You’ll find good food vendors at the three-day event, so bring your lawn chair, tent or camper – and be sure to bring your dad! A ticket to the Windmill Festival makes a great Father’s Day gift!
Log on to windmillfestival.com, or Facebook.