The American Freedom Foundation announced its 2nd annual American Freedom Festival Huntsville presented by Northrop Grumman to be held on March 22, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. at the Von Braun Center Propst Arena featuring legendary country icon Trace Adkins with special guest star, Jana Kramer.
This benefit concert for our Veterans and Men and Women of America’s Armed Forces will benefit Still Serving Veterans and other Huntsville area Veterans Community Blueprint partner organizations.
$74.50 (Limited Number of Gold Circle – which will include preferred seating)
$59.50 (Floor Seating)
$44.50 (1st Level – Arena Bowl)
$29.50 (2nd Level – Arena Bowl)
Tickets are on sale NOW and will be available through the Von Braun Center box office, online at www.ticketmaster.com or at www.americanfreedomfoundation.org and via Phonecharge at (800) 745-3000. Accessible seating is available for patrons with disabilities
About Trace Adkins
In the fifteen years since his platinum debut, Trace Adkins has released ten studio albums, three greatest hits packages, and thirty chart singles including modern classics like “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing,” “Then They Do,” “Hot Mama,” “Songs About Me,” “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” “Ladies Love Country Boys” and “You’re Gonna Miss This.” He has also racked up four Grammy nominations and five ACM and CMT awards. But there’s more. In recent years, Trace has made his mark as a TV and film actor, a voiceover artist, an author, a social commentator, and a participant on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. He has turned his entertainingly articulated views into a well-received book, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, and has even inspired an action comic book series, Luke McBain, that has proven to be one of the genre’s hottest sellers. Adkins’ newest project, Proud To Be Here, exhibit his strength, focus and passion for a fully lived life infuse in every song. It is the perfect distillation of Trace’s art, displaying once again his ability to pour emotional truth into his music, whether it is of the tender or the rowdy variety. Accomplishments like that – along with sales in the tens of millions – explain the respect Adkins has earned from Country fans and the industry alike. www.traceadkins.com
About Jana Kramer
If you ask Jana Kramer to describe her life in this very moment she would say, “Dreams really do come true.” The singer/songwriter/actress has already had success with three songs that were featured on The CW’s “One Tree Hill,” where she plays the firecracker actress, Alex Dupre. Jana debuted on the country music scene with the popular hit single “Why Ya Wanna” earning her the title of highest charting debut single from a new female artist since Taylor Swift, peaking at #3. “Why Ya Wanna” was certified Gold and garnered nominations for 3 American Country Awards including New Artist of the Year. Her highly praised self-titled debut album premiered on the album chart at #5. The new follow up single “Whiskey” is impacting radio now, impressively gaining over 30 adds in its’ first week. All eyes are on Jana as she boldly graces country music with a fresh, new sound and powerful new music. “Country music is in my blood, “ said Jana. I love country music because it tells a story and I have a lot of stories to tell.” www.janakramer.com
About The American Freedom Foundation, Inc.
The American Freedom Foundation, Inc. mission is to honor the men and women of America’s armed forces, raise awareness for their service and sacrifice and raise money for organizations that serve and support our Veterans, active duty military and their families. Throughout its short history, the American Freedom Foundation has made grants of approximately $1.1 million to over 30 military organizations. The American Freedom Festivals are a series of concert events that take place across the country featuring music performers, actors, athletes, dignitaries and other supporters, joining together to help support and fulfill the mission of the American Freedom Foundation, Inc.
About Still Serving Veterans
Still Serving Veterans (SSV) is an Alabama-based Veterans’ service organization that empowers Veterans, wounded warriors and their families to optimally transition into meaningful new careers and post-military lives with all the benefits and service that they have earned. Founded in 2005, Still Serving Veterans (SSV) has helped more than 5,000 Veterans and their families connect with the services they need to deal with life changing injuries while reintegrating into civilian lives and careers. SSV has secured over $63 million in additional benefits, services, and salaries for our one-on-one case managed Veterans since 2007. In 2011, SSV opened 655 new Veteran cases, secured over $9.19 million for Veteran clients, and helped 130 Veterans get hired. www.stillservingveterans.org
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