Fans are hoping that lightning does not strike twice at the Mountain Home Country Music Festival. The event will return in 2018, despite inclement weather hurting attendance in 2017.
Fans are hoping that lightning does not strike twice at the Mountain Home Country Music Festival. The event will return in 2018, despite inclement weather hurting attendance in 2017. Ed Dasso
Fans are hoping that lightning does not strike twice at the Mountain Home Country Music Festival. The event will return in 2018, despite inclement weather hurting attendance in 2017. Ed Dasso
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Mountain Home Country Music Festival will return to Idaho, reveals 1st headliner

September 20, 2017 09:59 AM

UPDATED September 21, 2017 03:17 PM

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