BOOTS & HEARTS

SUMMER’S BIGGEST COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL and winner of the Canadian Country Music Association ‘Festival of the Year’ for the fifth time

Your 2021 Boots and Hearts Lineup - Celebrating 10 Years of #BootsLife

Featuring Eric Church, Sam Hunt, Dan + Shay and Jon Pardi to headline 2021 with RaeLynn, Dustin Lynch, Brothers Osborne, CAM & more at Burl’s Creek on August 5-8, 2021

Boots and Hearts is an annual country and camping music festival event produced by Republic Live. Held at the custom designed camping and festival grounds at Burl’s Creek. Boots and Hearts is the recipient of the CCMA (Canadian Country Music Association) Festival of the Year Award in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 and Canadian Music Week 2015 Festival of the Year.

 

Boots and Hearts is the largest camping and country music festival of its kind ever to be hosted on Canadian soil and the second largest in North America. It is a four-day celebration of country music where music lovers of all genres can escape from the rigors of daily life, band together with thousands of other country music fans and experience a once-in-a-lifetime event that they will never forget.

They live out their motto. Work Hard. Play Harder. From Payment Plans, to Kids 12 & Under Free admittance, they do their best to make Boots and Hearts as accessible as possible to their fans. 




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