08FayAfter5Bud Light presents headlining act and country artist Kasey Tyndall Friday, Aug. 11, at 8 p.m. in Festival Park for the Fayetteville After 5 concert series. The opening performance will feature country artist Faith Bardill.

“Fayetteville After 5 is a summer concert series and the purpose is to provide a free concert for the community that raises money for the next event,” said Sarah Suggs, marketing and events coordinator for the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival. “We are a nonprofit organization so whatever money we make in one event rolls over into the next event in order to make all of our events free
to the community.” Suggs added that this is the last concert of the summer concert series.       

Kasey Tyndall is from Greenville, North Carolina. She has performed at local festivals and opened for country music artist Jason Michael Carroll. Her newly released single “Everything is Texas” is a heartfelt song about how the guy she loved disappeared on her with no explanation.     

Faith Bardill is from Sanford. She won the 2016 Carolina Music Awards “Country Female Artist of the Year” and the 2015 Carolina Music Awards “Teen Artist of the Year.” Her band plays modern country, classic country and classic rock. Some of her songs include “Walk Out” and “Takin Me Down.”     

There will be food trucks on site that include R Burger, Tony’s Concessions, Carolina Tropical Ice, Chef Glenn and many more.  Beer will also  be sold.      

“We encourage everyone to arrive early for the concert,” said Suggs. “Please come and enjoy the fun and excitement.”     

Gates open at 5 p.m. for this free concert. No outside food, coolers or beverages are allowed within the park. Bring your blankets and chairs to enjoy the event. For more information, call (910) 323-1934.



PHOTO: Kasey Tyndall is set to perform at Fayetteville After 5 on Aug. 11. Photo credit Aaron Stearns.

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