Country Roundup to give portion of ticket sales to Greensburg

05/22/2007 9:52 AM

01/24/2008 5:15 PM

Country music fans who buy an all-session ticket on Thursday to the upcoming Winfield Country Roundup can save money -- and contribute to Greensburg tornado relief at the same time.

For one day only, all-session (4-day) festival tickets will be sold for $90 on Thursday, down from the regular price of $110. For each discounted ticket sold, the festival will donate $20 to Greensburg relief.

The Winfield Country Roundup will be May 30 through June 2 at the Cowley County Fairgrounds in Winfield. The festival will feature 37 bands playing on two stages.

Headliners include Jimmie Van Zant (May 30); Terri Clark and LoCash Cowboys (May 31); Ronnie Milsap and Joe Nichols (June 1) and Blake Shelton, Darryl Worley and Emerson Drive (June 2).

For more information, visit www.winfieldcountryroundup.com or call 877-221-2114.

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