It would be hard to find a more laudable sponsor of an end-of-summer musical event than the Salvation Army. But that is exactly who is behind the September 6th Most Good Music Festival, to uncork at Fort Worth's Panther Island Pavilion.
This festival puts Texas country music front and center, as it makes no bones about wanting everyone to grab a pair of their best, or, at least, most cozily worn-in boots, and bring along as many boot scootin' friends as possible to the all-day, musical affair.
The bill itself is led by such guaranteed-to-please talent as Stoney LaRue and Jack Ingram. They will be joined on the spacious Panther Island Pavilion stage by everyone from Mike and the Moonpies, the Folk Family Revival, to Stewart Mann and the Statesboro Revue, and the Marshall Young Band.
Not only is this sure to be a crowd-pleasing, countrified way to end the summer, but all the monies collected from ticket and food sales are aimed at a very worthy cause: The Salvation Army's storied and persistent efforts to bring upwards of 1 million meals to the North Texas needy.
?Details: The Most Good Music Festival, organized by the Salvation Army. September 6, 2014 at Panther Island Pavilion, Fort Worth. Doors open at 2 p.m. with the music revving up at 3 p.m. All ages welcome with general admission tickets at the door: $45, and $175 for a VIP pass. Get Tickets and find more information. Panther Island Pavilion is located at 395 Purcey Street in Fort Worth.