Tim Heads to Swampstock

Tim McGraw returns home to Rayville, La., on Saturday, Sept. 13, to host his annual Swampstock fundraiser festival, presented by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Neighbor’s Keeper Foundation.

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This year’s event will feature a new location for the nightly concert, the steps of the Richland Parish Courthouse, and will highlight performances by Tim, wife Faith Hill, Dierks Bentley, Jason Aldean, Catherine Raney and the duo Halfway to Hazard.

Habitat for Humanity of Ouachita (La.) will be an additional partner with Swampstock on a community project to refurbish the Rayville Recreation Center. “We are anxious to return this year with an amazing lineup of artists,” says Tim. “In addition to supporting Rayville Youth Baseball and the Steve Colvin Scholarships, it’s a great to add Habitat for Humanity of Ouachita and keep the focus on helping the local community. I’m encouraging everyone to help us make this one of the most successful Swampstocks ever.”

Tickets for Swampstock go on sale Friday, Aug. 22, and may be purchased locally through Richland State Bank, Bankcorp South and J&H Boots as well as through ticketmaster.com. Swampstock began in 1994 as a way for Tim to give back to his hometown community.

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