The second annual Tree Town Music Festival gets underway this evening. And once again, The American Legion will have a large presence at the four-day country music festival.
In addition to being the official charity of the event, The American Legion also will have a stage at the venue in Forest City, Iowa. Playing the Legion stage will be .38 Special, Chris Hawkey, Morgan Frazier, Iowa native Ben Lau and others.
On the main stage, headline performances will be provided by Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Rascal Flatts. Other recognizable acts in country music who are performing include Lee Brice, the Eli Young Band, Thomas Rhett, Chase Rice, Maddie & Tae, Danielle Bradbery, Old Dominion, Casey Muessigmann, The Last Ride, Joe Denim, Hairball, Williams & Ree and more.
The complete lineup of artists can be found here.
In addition to non-stop music from multiple stages, the grounds of the event will once again be filled with food and beverage vendors, rock climbing, zip lines and much more.
For the second year, American Legion service officers from Iowa and Minnesota will be onsite to meet with veterans and their families to help them with their Department of Veterans Affairs benefits and health-care interests. Soldier’s Wish will also be in attendance, granting wishes to soldiers, veterans and their families as a way to honor them for their bravery and sacrifice to our country.
“The continued support of Tree Town Music Festival is a great display of patriotism,” Department of Iowa Commander Ron Struble said. “We look forward to spending the weekend leading up to Memorial Day at Tree Town Music Festival with veterans and their families while remembering our fallen heroes who have paid the ultimate price for our nation’s freedom.”
Tickets remain for Tree Town and can be purchased here.