The Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Fest was over the weekend down in Brownsville, Ore.  It's about a six-hour drive to the festival grounds, but I went with a group and the road trip was pretty cool. The drive there seemed quick, the drive back not so much as we were all tired, worn out and yes, a little hungover.

Just like Watershed, it's a weekend of country music in the sunshine with THOUSANDS of other country music lovers. You meet TONS of new friends at these events and it's freaking amazing. If you've never been, you definitely need to.

The Willamette Country Music Festival is held on a working farm/ranch. So it's dirty. Just dirt & dust everywhere. I'm still picking dirt boogers out of my nose today. But it's so worth it.

The headliners were Alabama, Eric Church, Lady Antebellum and Kid Rock. Definitely worth the drive! Were you there?! I'd love to see your pics. Hit me up on my social media. Facebook, IG, or Twitter.

Here's a few pics from the weekend...