Mark your calendars for the last weekend in September.
Kip Moore (left) and Morgan Evans (center) bring their country hits to Lawrenceburg Fall Fest on Saturday, September 28. Rock band Lifehouse will headline the free festival on Friday, September 27.
(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – The wraps have been taken off the lineup for the 2019 Lawrenceburg Fall Fest.
Mayor Kelly Mollaun and I Luv Lawrenceburg Committee’s Marie Edwards joined Bubba Bo on Eagle Country 99.3 Tuesday morning for the official announcement of the musical acts highlighting the annual festival.
All the concerts and entry to the festival will again be free.
Two big names in country music will grace the stage on Saturday, September 28. Kip Moore will be the headliner on Saturday. The MCA Nashville recording artist brags hit songs including “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck,” “Young Love,” “Dirt Road,” and “I’m to Blame.” He just last week released “She’s Mine,” a song from his much-anticipated upcoming album.
Morgan Evans will warm up the stage Saturday with songs including “Kiss Somebody,” which peaked at number three on the U.S. Country Airplay chart in 2017. He is the husband of fellow country singer Kelsea Ballerini.
The lineup on Friday, September 27 will be highlighted by Lifehouse. The L.A. rock band had the 2001 mainstream hit “Hanging by a Moment,” which was at the top of the Billboard Modern Rock chart for three weeks. Other acts that night include Jimmy Thomas, The Weldon Brothers and The Mud Bugs.
Entertainment on Thursday, September 26 is the Battle of the Banks. Five area banks will sponsor bands competing for a prize. There will also be the Fall Fest King & Queen contest. Free rides will be offered to visitors that evening.
The Whiskey City Rodeo will return during the weekend as well.
More information and a schedule of events will be published at www.LawrenceburgFallFest.net.
Listen to the announcement as it was heard on Eagle Country 99.3 Tuesday morning.