Hitchville has quickly solidified themselves among the upper echelon of regional talent. Under the foundational leadership of dynamic lead vocalists Heidi Owens and Matthew Kneefe, the group’s trademark harmonies, down home personalities, and kinetic stage energy leads to an unforgettable live show in which the band has worked tirelessly to produce.
Hard at work in Nashville on their sophomore project scheduled for a Spring 2016 release, Hitchville was humbled to have that forthcoming album’s first single, “Even When It’s Bad It’s Good” rocket to #1 on the iHeartRadio Top 5 Countdown just a few short weeks after its release in 2015. The band has even more recently realized another big dream of theirs: to start their own country music and camping festival…and so it began! The First Annual Hitchville Hootenanny took place August 14 & 15, 2015 with some of the region’s most sought after talent and was a resounding success! Plans are already underway for the 2nd annual in 2016.
Over the past few years, fans have come to know to expect the unexpected at a Hitchville show. There’s really only one place where the beer is always cold, the people are always friendly, the music is always world class, and the energy is always palpable…they’d like to welcome everybody home… to Hitchville.
K102 Summer Games
Lee's Liquor Lounge
Spring Park, MN
2nd Annual Hitchville Hootenanny is August 12th & 13th!
Our focus is to provide an affordable summer country music festival for the FANS. We feature affordable tickets, camping, and food and drink options and bring you the top tier of regional talent to our Main Stage. The festival is situated behind the Gandy Dancer Saloon in Danbury, WI and our campsites are minutes away. We will provide FREE shuttles to and from your campground, or if you choose to stay at St. Croix Casino Danbury, or choose alternate lodging, we will provide FREE shuttles to get you there safely as well!
A quick 3 minute walk from the festival grounds will bring you to our driving range and frisbee golf course where you can practice your swing or your toss in between acts on the main stage, or get out early Saturday before the music starts!