WYNONNA HEADLINES FREE INDEPENDENCE DAY CONCERT IN GEORGIA
Wednesday, June 29 2011 @ 11:07 AM EDT
Contributed by: ACstaff
Five-time GRAMMY award winner, Wynonna Judd, will be performing at the 29th Annual Independence Day Concert on July 1st in Warner Robins, Georgia. Judd will be joined by CNN Headline News morning show anchor Robin Meade and the Emmy nominated U.S. Air Force Reserve Band.
The free show will start at 8 p.m. with the singing of the National Anthem and an F-15 fighter jet fly over at McConnell-Talbert Stadium and will conclude with a celebratory fireworks show. This year marks the 29th year of the annual partnership concert and it is expected to draw an upwards of 30,000 people. The show will be taped and broadcast on the Fourth of July on American Forces Network, a television broadcast network that serves American service men and women and their families stationed at bases overseas.
The Independence Day concert is just one way for the Air Force Reserve to say thank you to the 1.1 million deployed service members and their families, in addition to the surrounding communities. It is their opportunity to show their gratitude for the overwhelming military support shown throughout the mid-Georgia region and across the nation.
Leading up to the July 1st concert, Wynonna will be making an appearance on Meade’s CNN Headline News “Morning Express with Robin Meade” during the 8am hour on Thursday, June 30th. General Charles Stenner and war hero Staff Sergeant Warren will be on hand to discuss the importance of the upcoming Independence Day celebration.
For more information on Wynonna, visit www.wynonna.com