Eaglemaniacs to headline MusicFest
NEWS RELEASE FROM THE WARTRACE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
It will be a night of Eagles music beneath the stars at the 13th annual Wartrace MusicFest on Saturday, June 3rd as the Eaglemaniacs recreate the hits of the Eagles and Don Henley. The group of nine Nashville studio musicians are noted for their precise instrumental recreations and soaring vocal stylings of Glen Frey, Don Henley, Timothy Schmitt, and Joe Walsh; a sound that has enthralled three generations of Eagles music fans worldwide.
Opening for the Eaglemaniacs on the main stage at 7:00 PM will be 17 year old blues guitar sensation Chase Clanton and The Vintage Vibes and The Buck Wild Band, delivering a high energy show of classic southern rock and contemporary country music.
A second stage with covered cabaret style table seating offers an afternoon Hootenanny featuring single and small group acoustic musical acts playing continuous music beginning at 1:00 PM. In addition to music the family friendly festival offers a broad range of food vendors, purveyors of arts and crafts for sale, a supervised Kid’s Zone, the Chris Clark Bicycle Stunt Show, a raffle for a guitar donated by Stephen Gallagher, a classic car cruise in, the MusicFest 5k Walk/Run in Memory of Amanda Floyd beginning at 9:00 AM, and a professional fireworks show to close the evening.
Admission to MusicFest is $7. with children under twelve admitted free. Free parking is available adjacent to the festival grounds at 112 Bridgeview Avenue in Wartrace. Gates will open at 9:00 AM with live music beginning at 1:00 PM. MusicFest is presented by the Wartrace Chamber of Commerce to provide civic improvements for the town. Vendor space is available by contacting LeeAnn Sulzner at (931) 389-9346 or by email at email@example.com. Rough camping sites are available. For more information about the 5k walk/run or the festival in general call the Wartrace Chamber of Commerce at (931) 240-0300 or visit www.wartracemusicfest.org.
Wartrace is located ten miles off exit #97 on I-24 approximately half way between Nashville and Chattanooga.