Join us on Saturday, September 1, 2018, over Labor Day Weekend for VetFestLive!

Produced by My Silver Boots LLC, in cooperation with Fore Honor Golf & Event Center at Deer Creek USA, the inaugural Red, White and Blues golf and entertainment event will celebrate and honor veterans and their families. The day will entertain all family members with a golf tournament, a world-class BBQ, main stage live blues music, and a chance to connect with veterans and veteran businesses.
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Some of the Day’s Highlights

  • Cheer on the players or be a player in the 18-hole Deer Creek tournament (7:30 registration).
  • Meet 97.1 radio sponsor personalities and enjoy live on-air feed at the all-day event.
  • Enjoy the world-class BBQ included in your ticket price with family and new friends at the event.
  • Access additional eats, treats and refreshments available for you to purchase at the event.
  • Groove to the Electric Rev Jimmie Bratcher on the main stage.
  • Tap your feet to The Big Time Grain Company on the main stage.
  • Meet veteran-business owners at the market-place and learn of new products, services, and programs!
  • Be in attendance for the Thank-You Deployment nominations awarded at the event, through our community partner OSD.
  • Receive an autographed copy of event founder Mark Green's books: Step, Step Out and The Warrior's Code 001.
  • Meet community partner, OSD, distributors of 5,000 autographed copies directly to veterans.

Big Time Grain Company

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BIG TIME GRAIN COMPANY, one of the hottest new acts in country music that played the Royal’s World Series Celebration Rally for a half-million people at Union Station, has opened for Big & Rich, Restless Heart, Brother’s Osborne, Gary Allan, Dan and Shay, Travis Tritt, Chase Bryant, JoDee Messina, and Los Lobos. In the evening, this talented band will make sure this fun-filled event ends with down-home, foot-stomping music.

The Rev Jimmie Bratcher

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ELECTRIC REV JIMMIE BRATCHER, a country and blues artist, storms the stage in the afternoon. Jimmie and his band have opened for Willie Nelson and the Doobie Brothers, among others. Bratcher's shows are worry-free zones, where the healing, good-time mojo of rockin' blues sets hearts, minds and maybe even souls, free. His latest album Secretly Famous is fueled by the same attitude.