The Great American Outdoor Show is the world's largest, filling every corner of the enormous Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex with hundreds of thousands of gun and outdoor enthusiasts...so it's only natural that its final Saturday will be celebrated in style with NRA Country. Saturday, Feb. 9 marks NRA Country's sixth NRA Country Concert, and the sold-out show is proof that it's one of the top highlights of this year's show. With popular acts such as Lee Brice (with special guests Easton Corbin and Tyler Farr), fans are in for a huge treat.
NRA Country stars may be celebrities, but they're 100 percent in touch with their roots, and with their fans. They shoot, hunt and fish and they love the Second Amendment just as much as they love the activities and freedoms it protects (as you can see in this interview with LOCASH from last year's show!)
Fans will get to hear some of their favorite songs, including #1 smash hits “I Drive Your Truck,” “Hard to Love” and “A Woman Like You” by Lee Brice. You know Easton Corbin for his radio hits including “Roll with It” and “A Little More Country Than That.” Tyler Farr always brings the crowd to their feet with “A Guy Walks Into a Bar” and “Redneck Crazy.”
Through its fundraising efforts at the Great American Outdoor Show—the world’s largest consumer sports and outdoor show—The NRA Foundation continues its tradition of support for the men and women of law enforcement and for educational and recreational youth programs across the country. Since the NRA began managing the Great American Outdoor Show five years ago, more than $245,000 has been granted by The NRA Foundation to central Pennsylvania law enforcement, youth groups and other eligible organizations. These grants empower law enforcement agencies to continue providing invaluable service to local communities and enable stewards of the outdoor sports lifestyle to continue making a difference in Pennsylvania while safeguarding and improving the future of time-honored outdoor traditions.
This special music event is now in its sixth year, with previous NRA Country acts including Brantley Gilbert, Granger Smith, Justin Moore, Dustin Lynch, LOCASH and more!