Lee Greenwood will kick off Memorial Day weekend with an appearance on Fox & Friends today (May 27) to launch the network’s summer concert series. Greenwood will also make appearances on Varney & Company, Fox News Radio, and more.
Additionally, on Sunday, May 29, Greenwood will make his way to Concord, North Carolina, where he will perform the national anthem for the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, which will also air on Fox.
“For most people, Memorial Day is a day off of work and a chance to get together with family and friends and enjoy the last few days of spring, but it is also a solemn day of recognizing and paying tribute to those who paid the ultimate price in support of our country,” Greenwood notes. “It’s important to not lose sight of this, so I hope my presence there will help honor them.”
Those wanting to celebrate the holiday with a bang can look for Greenwood and Black Cat’s 42-shot “Proud to Be an American” firework, available in select locations across the country this year.
Greenwood was scheduled to perform at the National Rifle Association’s Memorial Day concert in Houston on Saturday (May 28), but has since pulled out following the tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead.
- ‘Reportin’ For Duty’ Benefit Raises Over A Million Dollars For EB Research - February 23, 2024
- Kayla Williams Rises To Senior Ticketing Manager At Outback Presents - February 23, 2024
- Kenny Chesney Shares Tracklist & New Song From Upcoming Album ‘Born’ - February 23, 2024