Taking over the Atlanta Motor Speedway Sept. 8-11, the first-ever Heroes Music Festival will have plenty of music. Included on the lineup are Rodney Atkins, Darryl Worley, Mark Wills, Jonny Lang, Delbert McClinton, Lee Roy Parnell, T. Graham Brown, Drowning Pool, Skillet, Days Of The New, Building 429, Kill Devil Hill, Ashes Remain and The Letter Black with more acts to be announced.
Along with 40-plus acts appearing on multiple stages, the festival will also have military-based attractions including Marine H3 helicopters, Army Blackhawk helicopters and Army parachute teams. Generals from the Pentagon will represent every branch of the armed forces.
The Heroes Music Festival has plenty of ticket options to choose from including the $65 single day passes, $99 general admission full event passes and the $400 general VIP admission full event passes. Other packages include the $99 general admission full event passes. For members of the military and civil services, the festival is offering discounted single day and full event passes that can be purchased at Robins Air Force Base ITT office. All prices mentioned above are in effect until Aug. 16.
If you want to camp, the festival has you covered with packages ranging from the $500 “Premiere RV Camping” to the $75 “Legends Primitive Tent Camping.” For more information, visit the Heroes Music Festival website.