Dustin Lynch returned to his hometown of Tullahoma, Tenn., on Saturday, September 29 to headline the annual 41-A Music Festival. An estimated eight to ten thousand people turned out for Dustin’s performance, tripling attendance records for previous festivals. Before the show, the city of Tullahoma and Mayor Lane Curlee presented Dustin with an official Key to the City.
“This is so awesome and unexpected,” Dustin said. “I haven’t gotten a chance to come back and play in Tullahoma since this whole thing started, even though I still come home every chance I get to see my family and friends. Just getting to play for my hometown was so special to me – this topped off the night. I’m proud of my hometown and this is something I’ll always treasure.”
Organized by the Highland Rim Kiwanis Club, all proceeds from the 41-A Music Festival goes to provide funds for multiple youth organizations in the local area. Dustin’s debut single, “Cowboys and Angels,” sits at No. 2 on the country charts this week.