We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation in our region. Concert in the Country is following guidance from local health departments and the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding large gatherings, including CDC recommendations on preventing
the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to update our plan of action as stages and restrictions are adjusted.
Yes, if the event does not sell out before. All VIP must be purchased in advance.
Concert in the Country is an all ages eve
Set times for Concert in the Country will be posted publicly on the Boots For Troops Concert in the Country Facebook page, days prior to the event.
Concert in the Country is a rain or shine event; No refunds will be issued should inclement weather occur. If there is a possibility that weather conditions are dangerous some performances may be paused or cancelled, this is up to the discretion of Boots For Troops Board of Directors. Texas weather changes quickly and the safety of our guests is our primary concern. Please be prepared for any weather.
No, the ticket does not need to be in their name.
All Children 12 and below will be required to purchase a $10 ticket (does not include access to VIP or Premium areas).
Yes, parking will be $10. RVs and trailers will not be permitted.
We encourage you to plan ahead, including arranging a designated driver or safe ride home. If plans change, you decide to indulge in adult beverages, and must leave your car overnight- we ask that you pick it up before noon the following day.
Yes, we will accept cash and credit.
No, there will be no re-entry. Please plan accordingly and make sure you grab everything you may need for the day from your vehicle.
There will be water available for sale at our bars.
Yes, we will have a variety of food truck options with food available for purchase.
Only the VIP area will be shaded. Umbrellas or tents are not permitted.
Yes, we will have a designated ride share drop off and pick up area. We encourage carpooling or ride share.
To ensure the safety of our Concert in the Country family, all vehicles, persons and property are subject to search at all times. Upon arrival, all patrons will undergo to a full search, including bag searches and pat-downs. Failure to consent to a search will result in denial of entry or ejected from the event.
We will have medical staff on site for the entire duration of Concert in the Country. Upon arrival, please take note of the location of our clearly-marked medical tent should you need to stop by throughout the weekend. If you need medical assistance, contact the nearest security official, staff member, ambassador, or medical staff, or go to one of the on-site medical tents. If you’re not sure whether it’s an emergency or not, assume it is and get help immediately. All of our safety and medical staff are here to help you enjoy the concert and make it home safely.
We want to make sure that all music lovers have access to the Concert in the Country experience! The festival grounds are wheelchair accessible and ADA bathrooms are provided. Should you have any questions, please contact us via the form below.
Concert in the Country has a strict no-pet policy, with exceptions only for service animals as specified by federal and state law. Due to large-scale service animal fraud and for the safety of our patrons, staff, and other service animals, all animals which do not meet the legal standards will not be allowed into the festival grounds. All service animals must be registered at the entrance gates. Please note, dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support are not considered service animals by the ADA and and will not be allowed into Concert in the Country. For more info, visit www.ada.gov.
Health and safety is always our top priority. With respect
to this year’s Concert in the Country, our Security Team will continue to work closely with our local and regional law enforcement and public safety partners to raise our preparedness and ensure the third annual event provides a safe, secure, and positive
environment for all attendees, artists, and staff.
Of course, staying safe means doing your part to look out for one another. In the event you see suspicious behavior, always alert uniform law enforcement or dial 911.
If you see something, say something!