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Scotty McCreery shows fans a Small-town Boy can make it big

North Carolina Local Scotty McCreery Shows Fans a Small-town Boy Can Make It Big, Local Music Expert Billy Cuthrell of Progressive Music Center Offers Advice

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) March 11, 2014 

Scotty McCreery, a North Carolina native, will perform along with The Fray at the Kentucky Derby Festival on May 2nd before the official start of the Kentucky Derby. McCreery has risen in the country music world after winning the 10th American Idol competition in 2011. His rise in popularity has made him a hot commodity for many performances, including the Kentucky Derby Festival in May 2014. (, Feb 24, 2014)

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Scotty McCreery Added to Tree Town Music Festival Lineup

FOREST CITY — Scotty McCreery, one of country music’s hottest new stars, has been added to the lineup for the inaugural Tree Town Music Festival at Heritage Park of North Iowa on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-25.

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Here's another article Jason Scott wrote about Scotty being added to the Tree Town Music Festival Lineup
Scotty McCreery is the latest addition to the performance lineup for this year's inaugural Tree Town Music Festival. Set for Memorial Day Weekend (May 24-25), the budding talent joins previously announced performers Chris Young, Brantley Gilbert, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Tyler Farr and Charlie Worsham. David Nail, JT Hodges, Leah Turner, Sarah Darling and The Last Ride have also been tapped to take the stage in Forest City, Iowa.

General admission passes are currently on sale for the early-bird price of $120 until Friday, March 14. Campsites start at $100. VIP packages, which include prime seating at each show and catered food, are also available.

The Tree Town Music Festival will also include a "Little Nashville," a stage that will resemble Nashville's Broadway. It will open to all campers and ticket holders on Friday, May 23 from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. and be available throughout the entire festival weekend. Beer tents and food vendors are just a few of the things that will be open to concert goers.