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Uncle Kracker heads annual Downtown Hoedown lineup

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Country stars Jake Owen, Uncle Kracker, Joe Nichols and Craig Morgan will headline this summer's Downtown Hoedown on the grounds surrounding Comerica Park May 31 - June 2.

Tickets for the three-day country music festival event are $30 and go on sale this Friday, March 8 at 10 a.m. Single day tickets go on sale March 15. Learn more online at www.olympiaentertainment.com.

The official artist lineups:

Friday, May 31 (5 - 11 p.m.):
Maggie Rose
Katie Arminger
Parma Lee
Drake White
Uncle Kracker

Saturday, June 1 (2 - 11 p.m.):
Joel Crouse
Emerson Drive
Blackberry Smoke
Craig Morgan
Jake Owen

Sunday, June 2 (2 - 11 p.m.):
Casey James
Aaron Lewis
Phil Vassar
Joe Nichols

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