Two southern traditions will combine for a good cause in just two weeks in Dothan.
Country Goes Huntin' treats some of country music's biggest stars to a turkey hunt and then culminates with a huge benefit concert that's open to the public.
“Tickets will be on sale at the National Peanut Fairgrounds. They're $30, $25 and $20 for reserved seating. We also have an on-line auction this year. We've got some really unique one of kind items. Just to give you an example, Charlie Daniels has donated a golden fiddle. We also this year are giving away a fully stocked cabin," says Sam Klement.
This year's event will be held April 3rd at seven p.m. at the National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds in Dothan.
The entertainment line-up includes Aaron Tippin, Lorrie Morgan, Blake Shelton and many more.
Many of the stars have already indicated they want money from this year's show to help with tornado relief in Enterprise.
For more information, just log-on www.countrygoeshuntin.com
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