Winstock is one of the best parts of summer, and even though it's been postponed until 2021, you can still get your Winstock on-- and help out a great cause at the same time.

We were all bummed when we heard that this year's Winstock Country Music Festival had been postponed until 2021. It's understandable, as we all try to come to grips with the many changes in our lives due to the continuing coronavirus outbreak.

But the crew at Winstock isn't just sitting around these days. Instead, they just launched a way-cool, pop-up online store selling some amazing Winstock merchandise and gear. And it's a fundraiser, too, for Holy Trinity Catholic Schools.

According to a press release, "We know a lot of people like to get a shirt, sweatshirt, or hat and load up annually on Winstock merchandise to commemorate their Winstock experience," Winstock Country Music Festival Chairman Dave Danielson said. "Even though Winstock is postponed, we wanted to offer our fans some of the merchandise that was already designed for the original June 2020 dates, along with some unique, specially-designed COVID-19 items," the release noted.

And, even better, 40 percent of all sales go directly to Winstock and Holy Trinity Catholic Schools. The release said items for sale include Winstock 2020 hats, apparel, and bags with special quarantine-branded Winstock gear. All merchandise orders will be fulfilled in early July.

You can check out Winstock's online merchandise store HERE. Well done, Winstock!

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