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Farm Aid goes to Kansas City

Willie's getting the gang together again for Farm Aid 2011. Willie Nelson made the announcement today that the day-long event will be at LiveStrong Sporting Park in Kansas City on August 13th. I was hoping it would be held in Milwaukee again this year. Mike and I had a blast last October when it was held at Miller Park, even though the roof was closed and acoustics were less than perfect. It was just a great day of music with a wonderful vibe, even though a man behind us kept saying "Who????" really loudly after they introduced any one. "Ladies and gentlemen, Farm Aid is proud to welcome Jeff Tweedy." Who????"  Ladies and gentlemen, Farm Aid is proud to welcome Jason Mraz."  "Who?"  You get the idea. And of course it's all for a great cause. They haven't announced who any of the supporting acts will be, but you can bet all the main dudes will be there--Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Neil Young, and Willie Nelson. More info here.

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