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May 13

Jeff Foxworthy Offers Discount RedFest Tickets to Servicemen and Women

Jeff Foxworthy

Jeff Foxworthy and Circuit of The Americas (COTA) are offering military service members, law enforcement personnel and first responders the chance to attend RedFest, a new Memorial Day weekend tradition in Austin, Texas, at a discounted rate. They may purchase tickets for the festival, which takes place May 23-25, for only $59 for a three-day pass, a savings of 40%, when they verify their service at GOVx.com and purchase their tickets through www.GovX.com/RedFest. “We want to put the ‘memory’ back in Memorial Day weekend and remind everyone of the tremendous sacrifices members of the U.S. Armed Forces, first responders and their families make every day to ensure America is still the home of the free and the brave,” Jeff Foxworthy, RedFest Co-Founder and Grand Marshal, said. “This is a great way for service members across the country to enjoy what we hope becomes a new Memorial Day weekend tradition—RedFest, a super-sized celebration of country and Southern music, rib-tickling comedy and all kinds of outdoor fun and games.”

RedFest will feature some of the biggest names in country music and Southern rock, such as Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Big & Rich, along with comedians and iconic reality TV stars for three days of all-American activities. In honor of the Memorial Day holiday, RedFest will offer a mix of outdoor experiences like hunting, fishing and camping, sports and competitions, and a wide selection of food. For event information, including the full RedFest lineup, visit www.redfest.com.

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Posted at 4:18 pm, May 13, 2014 | Permalink

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