,Country LakeShake will not be held in 2020. It is the latest in a long line of cancellations of festivals in recent years.
Per their Facebook Page:
"After 5 amazing years of country music on the lakefront, we wanted to be the first to let you know that Country LakeShake will be taking a hiatus. Any future plans will be announced accordingly."
LakeShake joins other Festivals that have recently announced a "hiatus" for 2020:
Bayou Country Fest in Louisiana
Ramble Jam in Minnesota
Tumbleweed Music Festival in Kansas
WE Fest in Michigan
These are added to the list of festivals cancelled or postponed from 2018/2019:
Country 500 last held in 2018 in Daytona Beach , FL
Mountain Home Country Music Festival last held in 2018 in Mountain Home, ID
Jam in the Valley last held in 2019 in Varysburg, NY
Jamboree in the Hills last held in 2018 in Belmont County, OH
WCOL Country Jam last held in 2018 in Thornville, OH
Green Country Jam last held in 2018 in Tulsa, OK
Willamette Country Music Festival last held in 2018 in Brownsville, OR
Country Crossings last held in 2018 in Central Point, OR
Is it cost of hiring the artists?
Is it an over saturation of Festivals in the US?
What is the answer?