for Inaugural Event
Toby Keith & Chris Young Play to Packed Crowd
at Heritage Park in Forest City, Iowa
Get Your Tickets NOW to See Blake Shelton
Memorial Day Weekend 2015!
City, Iowa (May 26, 2014) – As the inaugural Tree Town Music Festival
comes to a close in Forest City, Iowa, festival organizers are already
working on making 2015 even bigger and better. On Saturday, Brad Paisley
kicked off the weekend earlier than previously announced so he could join President Obama in a surprise trip to Afghanistan
to perform for the troops at Bagram Air Field. Following Brad’s
performance, a special message played on the jumbotron with country
megastar and judge on NBC’s The Voice Blake Shelton announcing
himself as the headliner for the second annual Tree Town Music Festival
Memorial Day weekend 2015 (watch the video here). Stay tuned for even more exciting artist announcements in the coming months!
“The festival was a huge success,” said Gary DeWaard, Tree Town’s
founder and general manager. “We plan on keeping this weekend’s momentum
going into 2015 and beyond. It’s an amazing opportunity to not only
provide the highest quality entertainment and camping, but to also
attract thousands of people to the area, which in turn helps to support
the local economy.”
If you missed the action this year, grab your 2015 tickets now!
Early-bird 2015 Tree Town Music Festival general admission tickets are
available for $120 and VIP tickets for $500 here. Ticket and camping
renewals are available here. For more info on tickets, camping or for any of your Tree Town Music Festival needs, please visit: treetownfestival.com or call 877-569-7767.
Toby Keith and Chris Young played to a packed crowd at Heritage Park
on Sunday as the festival came to a close. Thousands of fans descended
on Forest City, Iowa, this Memorial Day weekend to catch performances by
some of country music’s biggest stars, including Brad Paisley, Toby
Keith, Brantley Gilbert, Chris Young, Scotty McCreery and more. The
festival also featured “Little Nashville,” a stage that brought the
excitement of Nashville’s world-famous Broadway to Iowa. In addition to
non-stop music from multiple stages, the grounds boasted beer tents, a
variety of food vendors, rock climbing, zip lines and much more.