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Funeral notice: Kevin Terning, 59, Maynard

Kevin Terning, 59, of Maynard, passed away Sunday, July 5at his residence.  Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 10 at 11:30 am at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Montevideo.  Visitation will be held on Thursday evening from 5 to 7 pm at Our Saviors Lutheran Church and continue one hour prior to services on Friday. Church policy requires that masks be worn by everyone. Arrangements are with the Wing-Bain Funeral Home.

Funeral notice: Wilton ‘Bud’ Ahlgren, 97, Dassel

Wilton Richard “Bud” Ahlgren, age 97, of Dassel, died Saturday, July 4, 2020, at his residence.  A memorial service will be held at a later date at the Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Dassel with the Rev. Laurie O’Shea officiating.  The interment of the urn will be held at the Dassel Community Cemetery in Dassel.

The Johnson Funeral Home in Dassel is in charge of the memorial arrangements.

Funeral notice: Joan Ahles, 84

Joan M. Ahles, age 84, passed away July 3, 2020 at the St. Cloud Hospital. She had recently been cared for by the team at Country Manor.

Burial and celebration of life are being scheduled for October of this year.

Funeral notice: Kenneth L. Skalberg, 96, of Dassel

Kenneth LeRoy Skalberg, age 96, of Dassel, died Monday, June 29, 2020, at the Lakeside Apartments in Dassel.  A private family funeral service will take place at 2 p.m. Monday, July 6, 2020, at the Church of Christ in Dassel. The interment will follow the service at the Dassel Community Cemetery with full military honors provided by the Paul F. Dille American Legion Post with a flag presentation by the US Air Force Honor Guard from the Grand Forks Air Force Base. There will be a public visitation at the Dassel Church of Christ from noon to 2 p.m. Monday, July 6, 2020.  The Johnson Funeral Home of Dassel is in charge of the funeral arrangements.

Winstock 2021 Early-Early Bird Promo Now Through July 15

EARLY-EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW ON SALE

General admission tickets are now at $125, reserved $200, camping $130, and extra vehicle passes will remain $35. VIP, along with campgrounds A, B, C, and D remain sold out.

In addition to the early-early bird pricing, Winstock is offering NO PROCESSING FEES on orders placed between June 26 and July 15.

After July 15, ticket prices will increase, and processing fees will be reinstated.

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DON’T MISS OUT ON SAVING $$$

General admission tickets are now at $125, reserved $200, camping $130, and extra vehicle passes will remain $35. VIP, along with campgrounds A, B, C, and D remain sold out.

In addition to the early-early bird pricing, Winstock is offering NO PROCESSING FEES on orders placed between June 26 and July 15.

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS

After July 15, ticket prices will increase, and processing fees will be reinstated.

ALL ARTISTS SET TO RETURN FOR WINSTOCK ’21

All 11 national acts – including headliners Luke Combs and Darius Rucker – and all four regional acts that were confirmed for Winstock 2020 have signed on to perform at Winstock 2021, set for Friday-Saturday, June 18-19.

Joining Combs and Rucker at Winstock ’21 will be Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy, Brett Eldredge, Chris Janson, Runaway June, Shenandoah, Phil Vassar, Drew Baldridge, Lainey Wilson, Drew Parker, Eric Chesser, Jake Nelson, Up South, and Bobby Vandell’s Real Men of Country.

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All artists set to return for Winstock ’21; tickets on sale Friday

SPONSORED POST - Wednesday, June 24 – As heard this morning on K102 and the Winstock Radio Network, all 11 national acts – including headliners Luke Combs and Darius Rucker – and all four regional acts that were confirmed for Winstock 2020 have signed on to perform at Winstock 2021, set for Friday-Saturday, June 18-19. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, June 26, at 10 a.m. and will feature special “early-early bird” pricing.

“We are incredibly proud to not only bring the exact same lineup that was scheduled for this year to perform at Winstock in 2021, but also offer a special ticket price and no service fees through July 15,” said Winstock Country Music Festival Chairman Dave Danielson.

Joining Combs and Rucker at Winstock ’21 will be Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy, Brett Eldredge, Chris Janson, Runaway June, Shenandoah, Phil Vassar, Drew Baldridge, Lainey Wilson, Drew Parker, Eric Chesser, Jake Nelson, Up South, and Bobby Vandell’s Real Men of Country.

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TICKETS

For those who opted to roll over their tickets and/or camping orders from 2020 for the 2021 dates, there is no action needing to take place. Tickets/passes will be mailed in early 2021 as in years past.

For those who received a refund, those tickets and camping passes have been released back into the online order system, and will be available for purchase Friday, June 26, beginning at 10 a.m. If interested in obtaining the tickets/camping sites previously held before refunds were issued, it is advised to act fast before they are sold.

Tickets/camping may be ordered at winstockfestival.com/tickets or by calling (320) 485-4287.

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As announced, tickets for Winstock 2021 will go on sale this Friday, June 26, at 10 a.m. A special early-early bird promotion is taking place beginning then through Wednesday, July 15 at midnight.

General admission tickets will cost $125, reserved $200, camping $130, and extra vehicle passes will remain $35. VIP, along with campgrounds A, B, C, and D remain sold out. In addition to the early-early bird pricing, Winstock is offering NO PROCESSING FEES on orders placed between June 26 and July 15. After July 15, ticket prices will increase, and processing fees will be reinstated.

“Hopefully by keeping prices down and by eliminating processing fees, a lot of folks will be able to jump on getting their tickets now and then not have to worry about it this spring at the traditional early bird deadline,” Danielson said.

PLANNING AHEAD

Additional information will be forthcoming on Winstock’s commitment to the safety of its fans, volunteers, performers and their crews, as well as the community of Winsted.

“We will work incredibly hard at providing the safest event possible, keeping in close contact with local and state officials,” Danielson said. “We are excited to share some of the new features fans can expect to see at Winstock ’21 and are hopeful everyone will return with us better than ever.”

MORE INFORMATION

For additional announcements, ticket information, and everything Winstock, go to WinstockFestival.com and sign up for Winstock Email news. Be sure to follow the festival on Twitter @WinstockMNFacebookInstagram, and Snapchat.