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Sep 4

Halfway To Hazard Plans Annual Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride

Halfway To Hazard will kick off their 6th annual Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride Friday, September 6.

Halfway To Hazard will kick off their 6th annual Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride Friday, September 6. Photo courtesy of Essential Broadcast Media.

Halfway to Hazard’s Chad Warrix and David Tolliver will visit two Kentucky schools on September 6 to kick off their 6th Annual Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride. The duo, along with Kyle Jacobs and Keith Anderson, have partnered with the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and the Rob Bironas Fund as part of the Stars over Appalachia program to provide acoustic performances and deliver more than $12,000 of musical equipment to Kentucky students.

The pair will first visit the Center for Rural Development where 700-800 middle and high school students from Pulaski County will be treated to an acoustic performance and delivered a variety of musical instruments for the schools’ music programs. They will then head to Hyden School of Music Performance Center for a similar performance and deliver for 600-700 Leslie County High School students.

On September 7, Halfway to Hazard, Troy Gentry, Keith Anderson, Christian KaneDanielle PeckRay Scott, Brian Nutter, Kyle Jacobs and headliner Lee Brice will take party in a charity concert with GAC’s Storme Warren on hand as emcee. The Monster Energy Freestyle Motocross Team will also be on site for the festivities.

The weekend wraps on Sunday, September 8 with a 42-mile ATV trail ride though the Kentucky terrain while raising money and awareness for the Buckhorn Children & Family Services Charity. For more information on the 6th annual Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride, visit www.crockettsville.com.

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