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Help get 900 military + first responders to the 2nd annual Palmetto Freedom Fest

Folds of Honor (FOH) is a nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of fallen or disabled military members and first responders.

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“Our goal is simple: two days, one mission. Not only are we honoring their sacrifices, but we are also helping educate their legacy,” says Eric Timko, a board member with the Palmetto State Chapter of FOH.

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Calling all country music lovers: The second annual Palmetto Freedom Fest, hosted by the Palmetto State Chapter of Folds of Honor (FOH), is happening Fri., Nov. 4-Sat., Oct. 5 on Daniel Island. Festival goers will be treated to a lineup of must-see musicians, including country music stars Lee Brice and Big & Rich. Local favorites Edwin McCain and Lauren Hall will be playing Friday night for a VIP party. (Peep the full schedule.)

“With the community’s support, we have the power to honor our military and first responders, those that sacrifice so much for our freedom and our safety,” says Eric Timko, a board member with the Palmetto State Chapter of FOH.

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The Palmetto Freedom Fest is where good music and a good cause come together.

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FOH wants to fill the Credit One Stadium floor with active-duty military, veterans, and first responders. Here’s how you can help: Donate and sponsor a hero to help 900 heroes have an amazing night at the concert on Sat., Nov. 5.

Proceeds from the fest will support educating the children and spouses of SC military and first responders fallen or critically wounded in the line of duty. Tickets are still available for both Friday night’s VIP Party with Edwin McCain + Lauren Hall and Saturdays concert with Lee Brice and Big & Rich. Tickets start at $29.*

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