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Woofstock at AMERICANAFEST Feat. Emmylou Harris & Friends

Woofstock at AMERICANAFEST Feat. Emmylou Harris & Friends

9.16.2018

“Woofstock” at AMERICANAFEST®

Feat. Emmylou Harris and Friends

Sunday, Sept. 16 | 6 p.m. | Ascend Amphitheater | Nashville, TN

 

Join Emmylou Harris and Friends as they close out AMERICANAFEST® week with a celebration to benefit dog-rescue organization Bonaparte’s Retreat and Crossroads Campus.

14-time GRAMMY® Award-winning, four-time Americana Award-winning, country and folk icon Emmylou Harris continues to share her passion for animal rescue and pet adoption as she brings back “Woofstock 2018.” This will be the first time the charity event will be held at Ascend Amphitheater during AMERICANAFEST®!

This fundraising event includes performances by Harris, Jamey JohnsonJohn Hiatt and The GonersJerry Douglas & Tommy EmmanuelElise DavisIda MaeThe Lone BellowAshley Monroe & John Paul White. There will also be special appearances from Lee Ann Womack and Margo Price.

How do I get tickets?

This is a separately ticketed event during AMERICANAFEST® that is not included with Festival Wristband or Conference Registration admission.

Tickets for Woofstock are $ 99.50/$ 79.50/$ 49.50 for reserved seating and $ 20.00 for general admission lawn.  

Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 10th at 10AM at livenation.com or charge by phone, 800-745-3000.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.emmylouharris.com or www.livenation.com.

Produced by Live Nation.

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More about Emmylou Harris and Bonaparte’s Retreat: 

Emmylou’s desire for helping animals first fostered when she adopted her dog Bonaparte from a shelter. Rescued just before he was to be euthanized, Bonaparte stayed with Emmylou for ten years. After his passing, she was inspired to create a way to save animals that shared the same fate as her beloved Bonaparte. Founded in 2004, Bonaparte’s Retreat is dedicated to providing nurturing foster care for dogs when their allotted time at centers like the Nashville Humane Association and the Metro Nashville Animal Control has elapsed and to help them find permanent loving homes.

Crossroads Campus is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in the Historic Germantown neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee. We’re just people like you with a passion for improving the community and the world around us by bringing neglected animals and youth together to learn from each other and heal together. We believe that we can stop the cycle of animal cruelty by providing humane education and a safe environment that builds and fosters caring human-animal connections. We bring together rescued shelter animals and young people facing adversity to create hope and a sense of connection. We also equip young adults with the job and life skills they need to break negative cycles and live a life of empowerment.