Country Concert is an annual country music and camping festival held every July in Fort Loramie, Ohio. The event has taken place on a 500-acre open-air amphitheatre since 1981. Giant video screens are broadcasting premium entertainment. There are also vendors offering food, beverages, and other merchandise. Visitors are allowed to bring plastic lawn chairs and alcohol in plastic or metal containers. There are also several campgrounds next to the main festival area with electricity and running water. Tents and portable showers are also available.
Country Concert features the best country artists such as Kid Rock, Blake Shelton, Kip Moore, Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line, Aaron Lewis, Justin Moore, Kassi Ashton, Chase Rice, Eric Church, Luke Combs, Brothers Osbourne, Whiskey Myers, Sweet Tea Trio, Saloon Stage, Jameson Rodgers, Brad Paisley and Toby Keith.
The three-day festival presents about 25-35 music acts every year. Country Concert has three stages and welcomes people from about 40 states with lots of visitors arriving from nearby Dayton. Fort Loramie is a picturesque village in Shelby County. Founded in 1837, it used to feature a colonial fort named after Loramie Creek, a tributary of the Great Miami River. It is located in 67 km (42 mi) from Dayton, east of the Indiana border.