Due to severe flooding in Tuttle Creek State Park, officials have decided to move the annual Country Stampede concert from Manhattan to the Heartland Motorsports Park, located at 7530 SW Topeka Blvd, Topeka, Kansas. The three-day event runs from today through Saturday and features over 50 country acts, including Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Old Dominion, and Clint Black. The Country Stampede concert has been held in Manhattan for the last 23 years, but event organizers felt it wasn’t smart to hold the event in such a flooded area. From now on the event will be called the Heartland Stampede and be held in Topeka. “Safety is our main concern. The severe weather prompted us to partner with the good folks over at Heartland Motorsports in Topeka, just 45 minutes away to ensure all of our concert goers will be out of harms way.  We are maintaining the integrity of what we currently have in place to our new location,” says Wayne Rouse, president of Country Stampede.  Luke Combs will headline the concert in 2020.