Comstock Festivals
2nd Wind Ranch
Comstock, Nebraska 68828
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PLEASE NOTE: All RV's and Campers will be required to purchase TWO 3-Day passes to enter the campground.

All Active Military Receive FREE Admission with a Military ID

Schedule:

THURSDAY:
6:00 - Luke Mills
8:00 - Ashley McBride
10:00 - Phil Vassar

FRIDAY:
6:00 - Trent Tomlinson
8:00 - Cassedee Pope
10:00 - Jamey Johnson

SATURDAY:
6:00 - Lucas Hoge
8:00 - Jacob Bryant
10:00 - Kip Moore

The Comstock Festivals are a rain or shine event. No refunds or exchanges will be accepted. All items are subject to availability and prices can change without notice.

All shows and artists are subject to change.


Ticket prices include taxes. Service fees added at checkout.

Click here for the full line up and to check for future updates:
http://www.windmillfestival.com/

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"I hear the crowd, I look around, and I can't find one empty chair. Not bad for a girl going nowhere" sings Ashley McBryde on "Girl Goin' Nowhere," the seminal title track from her forthcoming LP. They're words built from experience: over the course of her life, McBryde's been finding her own way to fill those seats and sway those hearts since the very first time her teacher told her that her dreams of writing songs in Nashville would never see the light of day. Every time she was brought down, she persevered; trusting her timeless tone and keen, unwavering eye for the truth. It paid off. In April, Eric Church brought her on stage and called her a "whiskey-drinking badass," confessing that he's a massive fan. The rest of the world is quickly catching on, too.

Dubbed as one of Rolling Stone’s “Artists You Need To Know," citing she's "an Arkansas red-clay badass, with the swagger of Hank Jr. and the songwriting of Miranda Lambert," McBryde fearlessly lays it all on the line, and it's that honest all-in approach that has led to NPR critic Ann Powers to ask if McBryde could be "among the first post-Stapleton country stars?" McBryde's album will showcase an artistic vision that will prove her to be one of the genre's keenest working storytellers, bringing unwavering honesty back into a pop-preoccupied genre. Pulling tales from every corner of her human experience, McBryde sings with fire and fury, laughing and swigging that brown stuff along the way.

McBryde was raised in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas. At three, she'd secretly pluck her father's guitar like an upright bass, and after about the 17th time being caught, her father bought her a guitar of her own. When she was twelve, she played her parents and grandparents her very first composition. It was at Arkansas State when, while a member of the marching band, McBryde finally started sharing her voice with others, and finally moved to Nashville in 2007 where steadily worked a circuit of dive bars, biker hangouts, and colorful joints fighting to have her songs heard.