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Detroit’s Country Music Shindig

10:12 AM Wednesday 4/15/09 |   |

Called the “world’s largest free country concert event,” the WYCD Downtown Hoedown brings country music’s finest to Motor City’s Hart Plaza May 15-17.

Presented by country radio station WYCD, the 27th annual Downtown Hoedown features performances by Willie Nelson, Rodney Atkins, Luke Bryan, Lee Ann Womack, Phil Vassar and Josh Gracin plus many more artists and bands.

  • Rodney Atkins

    Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion, Raleigh, N.C.
    September 6, 2008

    (Jason Moore)

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Along with all that international talent the Downtown Hoedown also features the best of the best of Detroit’s local country scene.

The Downtown Hoedown began in 1983 with Hank Williams Jr., Tanya Tucker, The Kendalls, Brenda Lee and Mel Tillis headlining the first festival. Over the years the Downtown Hoedown has hosted Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Dixie Chicks, Montgomery Gentry and virtually everyone who has sat at the top of the country charts during the past two decades.

Opening night of the festival features performances by Rodney Atkins, Kevin Costner & Modern West, Luke Bryan and Jack Ingram.

  • Jack Ingram

    Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Charlotte, N.C.
    July 21, 2007

    (Scott Legato / BehindtheBarricade.com)

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On Saturday the lineup includes Phil Vassar, Darryl Worley, Josh Gracin, Lee Ann Womack, Adam Gregory and the Eli Young Band.

Sunday wraps things up with Willie Nelson, Zac Brown Band, Jason Michael Carroll and Jessica Andrews.

Detroit-area show producers Palace Sports & Entertainment is working with WYCD on this year’s Hoedown. For more information, please click here for the WYCD Web site.


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