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Lineup complete for 2013 Country Stampede

Published on -11/13/2012, 8:10 AM

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- Some of the biggest acts in country music have now signed on to appear in Kansas' biggest annual music festival.

Organizers of the Country Stampede announced the final lineup Monday for the 2013 edition, which takes place June 27-30 at Tuttle Creek State Park near Manhattan.

Jason Aldean committed last year to returning in 2013 as a headliner; he'll sing on Friday, June 28. The other headlining acts will be Little Big Town on Thursday, Lady Antebellum on Saturday and Miranda Lambert's group The Pistol Annies on Sunday night.

Other performers will include Colt Ford and Jake Owen on Friday; rising young stars Jana Kramer and Scotty McCreery on Saturday; and newcomer Morgan Frazier on Sunday.

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