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Preparations for Campbell Fest underway in Snyder

SNYDER, TX (KCBD) -

Friends and family of Cpl. Darrell Campbell, the Snyder officer who was shot in the line of duty last month, are working to get Campbell Fest 2011 ready to go this weekend.  Workers are still looking for volunteers to get things going.

The event kicks off Friday evening at 7:00 PM at the Snyder Coliseum and the doors open at 6:00PM.  The event is scheduled to last through Sunday, with various bands and performers taking to the stage.  Here's a look at the scheduled performers:

Friday 19th
7 – 7:15           Chief Lueke
7 – 7:45           Rev Randy Farmer
8 – 8:45           Zane Green
9 – 9:45           Soul Candy
10 – midnight     Zach Harmon

Saturday 20th
1 – 2:00           DJ Casper
2 – 2:45           Easy Does It
3 – 3:45           Under The Double Eagle Band
4 – 4:45           Lawless Flats
5 – 5:45           Southern Circus
6 – 6:45           Coley Ramage Band
7 – 7:45           Pushrod
8 – 8:45           Tony Barker
9 – 9:45           Marshall Dylan
10 – midnight   Feel Never Real

Sunday 21st
2 – 2:45           Kaylee Rhodes
3 – 3:45           Climbing Blind
4 – 4:45           Mercy's Renound
5 – 6:00           Heaven Bound Cowboy Church (Phil)

Tickets at the event are on sale for $20 for adults, and $10 for children 11 years of age or younger.  Tickets can be purchased online at https:www.campbellfest2011.com.  Tickets may also be purchased at the door for $25 for adults.  Event t-shirts are also for sale for $20. 

For more information on the event, visit: www.campbellfest2011.com

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