Renda Broadcasting today announced their FREE Fall Concert Series will be held for the first time ever at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The 99.9 Gator Country/Tire Kingdom Free Fall Concert Series is scheduled for the first three Saturday’s in October. The lineup is as follows:
Saturday, October 1 – Casey James and Hunter Hayes
Saturday, October 8 – Jason Michael Carroll and Brett Eldredge
Saturday, October 15 – Emerson Drive, Danny Gokey, and Frankie Ballard
The 99.9 Gator Country/Tire Kingdom Free Fall Concert Series will feature an outdoor festival for families complete with a Kids Zone that will kick off at 4pm each concert day outside the main entrance of the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Doors for the concert will open at 6pm and the first artist is scheduled to be on stage in the Arena at 8pm.
“The move to the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena will give our Jacksonville country audience a better opportunity to enjoy free concerts in a much larger venue and in a more family friendly environment,” says Bill Reese, Renda Broadcasting General Manager. “Our Gator Country Team is very excited about the move to Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena and our Gator Country Concert Series is still free! Working with SMG has been a real pleasure, it’s a tremendous partnership. This fall lineup is incredible. Michele Chase has done a great job lining up each artist,” says Chuck Beck, Renda Broadcasting Operations Manager. “From the Nashville veterans to some of the hottest young talent I’ve seen in years, including two American Idol stars, this concert series is not one to miss and sure to be talked about for a long time to come,” says Michele Chase, 99.9 Gator Country on-air talent and Music Director.
Larry Wilson, SMG General Manager is looking forward to a record turnout and says, “Renda Broadcasting has done an excellent job drawing large crowds for these free concerts and it seems they are anticipating an even bigger audience this year. We congratulate them on a job well done and we are happy to accommodate their needs.”
Seating for all three concerts will be general admission and will be FREE and open to the public. Each concert will feature themes in support of Breast Cancer Awareness and Military Appreciation.