Country Nights Tire Cover
$89.95 – $104.95
- Included installation and care guide
- Includes protective plastic bag for the tire cover easy installation
- Protects spare tire from UV rays that can damage rubber
- Stylish form fitting cover gives your Jeep a more finished look
Manufacturer Custom Grafix Industries.
Item Weight 48 ounces
Country Nights Tire Cover
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The cover features a boldly printed logo that will last for years without fading.
Its elastic tie-down provides an easy fit, while the heavy gauge vinyl material ensures long-term use, providing the perfect way to show your Bronco pride when you’re on the go.
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Night in the Country Music Festival: A First-Timer’s Guide
Camping, country tunes, and crazy times rule at the annual events.
BY CARRIE ROUSSEL
If you love country music and you live in Nevada, you’ve probably already heard about northern Nevada’s Night in the Country Music Festival (NITC). For those not yet in the know, hang on to your hats, because we’re here to fill you in.
The three-day music festival started in 2002 with just 900 attendees and has grown yearly. With an expected crowd of more than 30,000 fans this year, NITC is once again slated to be Nevada’s second-largest rural event behind Burning Man; it’s also the longest-running country music festival in Nevada, attracting visitors from more than 36 states. The 2016 event is July 21-23 and will again be held at the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Yerington. The Boys & Girls Club of Mason Valley produced the festival and is the organization’s largest fundraiser.
The story below was written for our July/August 2015 issue. Check the Night in the Country website for this year’s lineup. This year’s event will offer up its most extensive music lineup ever, so you won’t want to miss a moment. Check out these tips on how to make your night in the country perfect.
The kick-off party starts at 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 23, at the Full Moon Saloon—the event’s second stage—which also hosts the all-night after-party for those willing and able to play until the sun comes up. Five acts will take the main step each night this year. Music starts at 4 p.m. with opening acts that include Parmalee, Old Dominion, Joe Nichols, and more. The crowd will surely be revived and ready for Friday night’s headliner, The Band Perry, and Saturday night’s Jake Owen. So y’all better be ready for a “barefoot blue jean night.”
Tickets range from two-day general admission to Superfan, VIP, and Club 149 options, each with perks; the best offers include access to an air-conditioned tent serving gourmet food and drinks with the possibility of meeting every band member and artist on the bill.
Mid-July in northern Nevada is perfect for an outdoor country music festival and cut-off jean shorts. Evenings cool to perfection, and if you’re dancing up a storm, you’re sure to keep plenty warm. Daytime temperatures can be toasty with that desert sun beating down, so stay well hydrated (we’re talking water here, folks), and find shelter in the shade of your campsite or a big hat.
Two camping options—the huge Party-Zone campground and the more reserved Quiet & Family campground—are available. Be warned; tickets and campsites sell like hotcakes on the open trail, so make sure to purchase early for 2016 (sales start onsite July 25 for those attending this year’s event, with general online sales following not long after).
While this is an adult event, it’s also kid-friendly. The quiet-zone camping will let you get some shuteye between shows, and there’s enough room for kids to spin and twirl to the music. As with anything, keep a close eye on your little ones, ensure they have enough food and water to keep them powered up for fun, and know that not everyone is watching out for youngsters. Many attendees await this annual event to let loose and get wild; it’s possible your kids may take in more than you imagined. If you are prepared for it, however, break out the little cowboy boots and hats and get ready for the fun.
If you’re camping, bring supplies to last the weekend, but know that restaurants and grocery stores are available in Yerington, and the locals welcome the boost to the economy. New this year, breakfast will be available to the general public at the Full Moon Saloon on Saturday morning from 9-11 a.m. Purchase includes a drink and a plate of hot breakfast food. Or, go the VIP ticket route, and you get catered dinner from 4-8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, plus Rise & Shine breakfast on Saturday from 9-11 a.m.
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