This week's Country Weekly features the Busch Country Goes Hunting 2012 event. Get your copy today to see behind the scenes from this year!
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The 11th annual Busch Country Goes Huntin’ (BCGH) sponsored by Chevrolet is joining Toadlick on Sunday, March 25th. As many of you know, Busch’s Country Goes Hunting was designed to bring together two Southern passions – country music and hunting – to make a difference in people’s lives.
With the television cameras rolling, Toadlick Music Festival is proud to be hosting, after a 4 year break from Dothan, this wonderful, all-acoustic jam session by some of the biggest names in Country Music. Busch Country Goes Huntin’ will start off with a Winchester 21 Gun Huntin’ Salute followed by CMA Artist “Double Barrel Daryle” Singletary’s rendition of the national anthem. Then Sergeant First Class Dana Bowman (Retired from the Special Forces and the Golden Nights) will conduct his “Jump For the Heroes” parachute jump. Dana will land with the new USO parachute at the National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds in Dothan, Alabama flying a 100 ft. American flag! Afterwards, CMA Song Writer of the year and c0-counder of BCGH, Rhett Akins, will hit the stage with a group of his fellow Nashville artists, writers, and a few other surprise celebrity guests to put on a concert to remember!
The gates will open Sunday, March 25th at 1:00 p.m. and the show will begin at 1:30 p.m. Tickets are available on our Ticket page for only $15. (Country Goes Huntin’, a 501(c)3 not-profit