Country superstar Brantley Gilbert has just been added to the Norsk Hostfest lineup coming up this fall in Minot, North Dakota.  Brantley will be taking the Great Hall Stage on Saturday, October 1st.  Ticket information will be made available to the public on Friday, March 25th.  You are encouraged to stay tuned to the Norsk Hostfest social media pages and website for future entertainment announcements happening throughout the next week.

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Brantley Gilbert has had SEVEN number one hit songs including “Country Must Be Country Wide,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do.”  Brantley is also coming off of back-to-back platinum-selling albums.  Brantley Gilbert joins previously announced Lady A who will also be coming to Norsk Hostfest on Thursday, September 29th in Minot.

Norsk Hostfest
Norsk Hostfest

Norsk Hostfest is held annually in the fall in the North Dakota State Fair Center on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds in Minot, North Dakota.  The festival has been on hiatus for the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

.According to a press release from Norsk Hostfest, the festival was founded in 1978 by the late Chester Reiten and a group of friends who shared his interest in celebrating their Nordic heritage. The festival, now entering its 43rd year, has grown into North America’s largest Scandinavian festival with tens of thousands of people attending from all over the world. The festival features world-class entertainment, authentic Scandinavian cuisine, Scandinavian culture on display, and handcrafted Norsk merchandise.


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