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As the newspapers are being delivered today, the music is starting on the pavilion stage for the MC Country Fest in the town of Vilas. It is held at what is best-known as the Fuddfest grounds.

Molly Held, one of the major players in the big undertaking, said Wednesday afternoon campers were checking in and getting situated for a party that will run through Saturday evening.

It will be fun, she said with years of experience to back her up.

There were already about 150 campers on the grounds and the bar was scheduled to open at 5 p.m., giving those thirsty people a place to socialize. But many of them already had that well underway.

There were campfires burning and plenty of visiting going on.

The show starts today at 4 p.m. with Lovin’ Country and moves on to Kevin Moore at 8 p.m. Thunder Country is on stage beginning at 9 p.m.

On Friday Koltrane takes the stage at 4 p.m., Kevin Moore returns for an engagement at 9 p.m. followed by Raised Reckless at 10 p.m. The MC Star Karaoke Contest will be featured at noon.

The music starts at noon on Saturday with Genessee Depot followed by Whiskey Wylin at 5 p.m. and Brushville at 10 p.m.

The grounds are huge, the pavilion is certainly safe from rain, a big stock of food has been put in place and of course, plenty of refreshments.

A one-day pass is $25, the entire three days of entertainment is $50 and camping packages are available at $150.

Held said the festival is designed for people to have a good time.


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Campers from the Birnamwood and Wausau areas were gathered around a campfire at the MC Country Fest grounds on Highway H Wednesday night. The music starts this afternoon and runs through late Saturday night at the festival pavilion.

Country Fest gets rolling today
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As the newspapers are being delivered today, the music is starting on the pavilion stage for the MC Country Fest in the town of Vilas. It is held at what is best-known as the Fuddfest grounds.

Molly Held, one of the major players in the big undertaking, said Wednesday afternoon campers were checking in and getting situated for a party that will run through Saturday evening.

It will be fun, she said with years of experience to back her up.

There were already about 150 campers on the grounds and the bar was scheduled to open at 5 p.m., giving those thirsty people a place to socialize. But many of them already had that well underway.

There were campfires burning and plenty of visiting going on.

The show starts today at 4 p.m. with Lovin’ Country and moves on to Kevin Moore at 8 p.m. Thunder Country is on stage beginning at 9 p.m.

On Friday Koltrane takes the stage at 4 p.m., Kevin Moore returns for an engagement at 9 p.m. followed by Raised Reckless at 10 p.m. The MC Star Karaoke Contest will be featured at noon.

The music starts at noon on Saturday with Genessee Depot followed by Whiskey Wylin at 5 p.m. and Brushville at 10 p.m.

The grounds are huge, the pavilion is certainly safe from rain, a big stock of food has been put in place and of course, plenty of refreshments.

A one-day pass is $25, the entire three days of entertainment is $50 and camping packages are available at $150.

Held said the festival is designed for people to have a good time.


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Campers from the Birnamwood and Wausau areas were gathered around a campfire at the MC Country Fest grounds on Highway H Wednesday night. The music starts this afternoon and runs through late Saturday night at the festival pavilion.
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