We are happy to announce that we have paired up with the Wyndham Gettysburg to bring you Lodging Packages for our concert. The package includes two nights and two 2 day Superior Stage tickets. For info go to:http://www.wyndham.com/hotels/pennsylvania/gettysburg/wyndham-gettysburg/information-special-offers
Jason Altman is the recipient of this year's SGT MAC scholarship. Jason will be attending Penn State University, Mount Alto Campus and majoring in aerospace engineering. He will be attending ROTC classes until he transfers to the Main Campus and enrolls in the Air Force ROTC. Jason will receive a monetary award of $ 2,000.00 as well as a specially designed Scholarship of Honor Medal.
A portion of the 150th Gettysburg Country music Tribute concert proceeds will be donated to benefit the SGT MAC Foundation & National Wreath Project.
NASHVILLE, TN (May 23, 2013) - Country stars, Montgomery Gentry, in response to the recent tragedies that have unfolded in the United States, want to help inspire hope and positivity in America by celebrating and recognizing the many heroes of our great nation. Eddie and Troy, long-time supporters of our military, first-responders, leaders, teachers, and unspoken everyday champions, are giving their fans a chance to submit stories and nominate their personal hero. Select stories will be featured on MontgomeryGentry.com and American Heroes will be chosen to receive concert tickets, meet & greet passes and to mingle with Montgomery Gentry at each of their concert stops this summer.
“We got an email from our fan club, “The Underground,” recently,” stated Troy Gentry. “All he wanted was to take his son to one of our shows because of how much he had helped his family through some difficult times. He kept calling him his hero. And then Boston happened, and Texas and now Oklahoma and we keep seeing these people stepping up to help and we think those people need to be celebrated.”
“We’ve toured so much throughout our career and have been blessed to be able to meet so many great people and fans out there,” added Eddie Montgomery. “Celebrating American Heroes is the least we can do to give back.”
To nominate your hero, simply submit a letter explaining why your hero should be recognized and post your entry via MontgomeryGentry.com/heroes and help Montgomery Gentry celebrate your American Heroes!
- - - A portion of the proceeds from the 150th Gettysburg Country Music Tribute - "Thunder in the Sky" will be donated to this great scholarship! - - -
We are pleased to announce that Jason Altman of Gettysburg High School graduating class of 2013 has been chosen as the recipient of the 7th annual Sergeant Jonathan Eric McColley Scholarship of Honor Award. Jason will be attending Penn State University, Mount Alto Campus and majoring in aerospace engineering. He will be attending ROTC classes until he transfers to the Main Campus and enrolls in the Air Force ROTC.
Jason will receive a monetary award of $ 2,000.00 as well as a specially designed Scholarship of Honor Medal.
The prestigious Scholarship of Honor Award is named in honor of Sergeant Eric McColley. Eric graduated from Gettysburg High School in 2000 and entered the United States Marine Corps. He had served over 5 years when he , 7 other Marines and 2 Airmen were tragically killed in a helicopter accident off the coast of Africa while performing counter terrorism exercises.
With the help of the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation and the generosity of the people of Gettysburg, the Sergeant Jonathan Eric McColley Scholarship of Honor Award was endowed in 2006. This prestigious award is presented each year to an exceptional Gettysburg High graduate who plans to continue in Eric’s footsteps by serving their Country and community. In this way, Eric’s memory and sacrifice to our Country will be remembered through the aspirations and actions of each year’s recipient.
We congratulate Jason and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.
For information or further details please contact Stan Clark at 717-337-1728 or email@example.com
Another significant 150TH Gettysburg Anniversary event for this summer has just been announced this week. Great Country 107.7 WGTY and Gettysburg Country Music Tribute LLC have announced a country music patriotic celebration on July 12 & 13. The event "150TH Gettysburg Country Music Tribute Thunder In The Sky" promises to be one of the most unique, dazzling and patriotic music events ever held in this area. The concert will feature three main acts on Friday evening and four main acts on Saturday. Each evening the last act will conclude with a magnificent integrated patriotic fireworks and laser show. Zambelli Fireworks, called the first family of fireworks in the United States, will be producing and executing this grand fireworks display. Lasertainment will be providing the highly charged patriotic laser show never seen in this area.
There will be seven performers over the two day period. Multi-hitmaker and military veteran Craig Morgan headlines Friday's lineup. Morgan’s been a consistent presence on the country charts for years. His hits include Redneck Yacht Club, International Harvester, That’s What I Love About Sunday, and dozens more. Emerson Drive, one of the most successful country bands in history to emerge from Canada, will fill the middle slot on Friday. Their hits include Moments, I Should Be Sleeping, Fall Into Me, among others. Sarah Darling, one of the hot new female faces in country, opens up Friday’s festivities.
Saturday's lineup is headlined by Montgomery Gentry, one of the most successful country duo’s of all time. They’ve released dozens of hit singles and most of their albums have gone gold, platinum, or multi-platinum. Joining Montgomery Gentry on Saturday are rising country stars Brett Eldredge and Craig Campbell. Eldredge’s hits include Raymond, It Ain't Gotta Be Love and his current single Don't Ya. Campbell's hits include Family Man, Fish, When I Get It, and his current song Out Of My Head. Local sensation Brittany Opperman will open up the festivities on Saturday.
The primary event beneficiary will be the SGT MAC Foundation & National Wreath Project founded in 2006 to honor fallen Gettysburg Marine Sgt. Eric McColley. The foundation is 100% volunteer with zero dollars spent on administrative expense. Besides providing continuing education scholarships for worthy high school students, the foundation with help from hundreds of volunteers annually assembles and places Christmas wreaths on thousands of graves at Gettysburg and Quantico National Cemeteries. The SGT MAC Foundation's worthy mission and objectives can be viewed www.sgtmac.org
The 150TH Gettysburg Country Music Tribute -Thunder In The Sky will be held at the Redding Farm at 1085 Table Rock Road, 3 miles north of Gettysburg. Gates will open at 5PM on Friday evening July 12 and 2PM on Saturday afternoon July 13. Beside the exciting performances, there will be a variety of other concert activities including a mechanical bull area, autograph and back stage opportunities, karaoke, and a variety of drawings and prizes with Great Country 107.7 on air personality Scott Donato emceeing the show. You can come hungry as an extensive and delicious variety of food and beverages, as well as event merchandise and performers memorabilia will be available for your enjoyment from the time the gates open until after the last show.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 8 at 10AM, and are available for one or both days. There will be preferred pricing for two day purchase and also an Early Bird Purchase at $5 off for a limited time. Both Premium Seating and General Admission Lawn Seating will be offered at affordable pricing. For more information or to purchase tickets go to gettysburgcountrymusictribute.com at or call 1-800-514-3849.