Taste of Country Music Festival 2015: the Wait is Finally Over Day Three
So here it is, two days away from the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival and I don’t know about you, but I’m stoked. By this time, you’ve begun packing up your camping equipment, clothing, snacks, libations, or at least have a mental checklist in place to make this the most epic weekend of the year. Don’t forget to check the list of things you can and cannot bring in, So far the weather states there may be a chance of rain with some sun. What is a festival without that momentary downpour, right? We don’t care about a little water. Sun would be nice though, so make sure you plan accordingly for both. Last year I expected summer like weather only to become frostbite that first night. Okay, I’m exaggerating a bit. But remember, you are on top of a mountain; it can go from warm and sunny to cold quickly once the sun sets. So tip of the day – plan for anything and everything then you have it all covered.
While you’re at it, make sure you download the app for all last-minute details, and if you are picking up your wristbands, remember to stop in at the off site location to take care of that before heading up to the mountain. The folks at Taste of Country do an outstanding job of keeping you moving along without any glitches so that you can make the most of your weekend. Huge shout out for their amazing organization in the event.
For those staying through the weekend until the end, you’ll have one heck of a time Sunday in store for you. Here’s out lineup.
Ram Guts & Glory Stage
Make sure that while you’re there, if you see me or my gal Taylor, say hello and by all means stop and ask me to have a photo taken so that you too can be added to our festival goers gallery . How will you know it’s me? Well I’m the blonde with the camera, oh I may also be wearing a NYSMusic t-shirt at least one of the days. For those that need visual aids, this may help too.
Let’s have a wonderful weekend and let Nashville hear us all the way from on top of the mountain, Hunter Mountain that is. See ya’ll soon.