We are getting ready to put on a huge party once again with our WYRK Toyota Taste Of Country.  But first, we're looking back at some of the ones from the past.

We could not be more excited about this year's WYRK Toyota Taste of Country.  We are pumped to finally bring Old Dominion, Jon Pardi, Chris Janson, Chayce Beckham, Shaboozee, and Taste Of Country Riser winners Voyagr on June 21st.  But before we get there, can you remember all the artists that have been there in the past?

We've been throwing this party for decades now

We've been doing this since 2001 at Sahlen Field.  Although back then it was called Dunn Tire Park.  In that amount of time, we've brought some mega stars to our local festival-style event.

We've seen stars like Luke Combs, Tim McGraw, Randy Owen from Alabama, the late Joe Diffie, and more

What is the Toyota Taste of Country?

The Toyota Taste of Country is a one-day music festival that is held every year in Buffalo, New York.  Over the years, we've seen anywhere from four to seven acts on stage for one full night of entertainment.  It's held at Sahlen Field, the home of our triple-a baseball team, the Buffalo Bisons.

The lineups have been pretty incredible over the years

One of my friends asked me the other day if there was somewhere that they could go to find all of the performers that have played our show in the past, so I thought I'd put them all together in one place to make it easy to see.  I'll start with the first show at the ballpark.  Many don't know that the first Taste of Country actually happened at Chestnut Ridge Park before we moved it downtown to what is now known as Sahlen Field.

Every Lineup Over The Years For The WYRK Toyota Taste Of Country

Gallery Credit: Brett Alan

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