A new challenger has entered the ring!

Not long after Tumbleweed announced a suspension of the event for 2020 (RIP), Whiskey Myers has announced a new music/camping/zipline (among other amenities) event.

Meet Firewater Music Festival, which will run Oct. 1-3 at the Wildwood Outdoor Education Center in La Cynge, KS.

“We’ve been involved in every aspect of putting this together,” lead guitarist John Jeffers said in a press release. “From the location and the activities to the badass artists that will be joining us, we wanted to make sure this festival is 100% Whiskey Myers.”

No lineup has yet been announced, but tickets for the inaugural event go on sale on Friday and can be purchased here.

According to the release, two-day GA passes for Friday and Saturday’s concerts will be $124.97 and include free tent camping. The two-day VIP passes, which also include free tent camping as well as a dedicated viewing area and private bathrooms, are priced at $224.97. The two-day Super VIP pass, going for $399.97, includes the standard VIP amenities as well as exclusive access to the Main Stage party platform with intimate views of the performances. Guests may also purchase an early entry pass for $39 to begin camping Thursday, Oct. 1, the day before music begins.

“Firewater gives us the chance to bring all of our friends – and fans – together in one place to just hang out and enjoy some really great music,” Whiskey Myers frontman Cody Cannon said. “It’s going to be one hell of a weekend!”

Announcement video is below!