HITCHCOCK — Rowdy Day Music Festival 2014 welcomes headliner Whiskey Myers and a host of top Southeast Texas Country bands on Saturday at the Galveston County Fairgrounds, 10 Jack Brooks Road, in Hitchcock.

Gates open at noon with some of Houston’s favorite food trucks including Foreign Policy Food Truck, The Waffle Bus, The Tin Box and The Pink Taco. There will be daytime activities for kids and families and raffle items including a guided fishing trip and a custom pair of boots.

Presale tickets are available for $10 at RowdyDay.com.

The music lineup also includes Jonathan Tyler, Uncle Lucius, Hunter McKithan & The Offenders, David Grace, Jared Waggoner Band, Southbound 45 and an acoustic song swap with Haley Cole.

Rowdy Day Music Festival started nine years ago and has grown into a true music festival featuring up-and-coming Texas Country Music acts. It is a music event unique to Southeast Texas because it really is all about the music.

As always, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local nonprofit. This year, event organizers have chosen the Marshall Brown Foundation, which provides grants to families suffering the loss of infant children to aid with funeral expenses and professional grief counseling services. For information, visit TheMarshallBrownFoundation.org.

For information on the festival, call 832-643-9302.


At a glance

WHAT: Rowdy Day Music Festival

WHEN: Gates open at noon Saturday

WHERE: Galveston County Fairgrounds, 10 Jack Brooks Road, in Hitchcock

TICKETS: $10 at www.RowdyDay.com

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