LEE BRICE will headline the 2021 I-105 Fallfest

I-105 WIOV announces Lee Brice will headline the 2021 I-105 Fallfest

I-105 WIOV-FM radio station has announced the national artists that will be performing at the 29th Annual I-105 Fallfest. Fallfest is an annual country music festival that will be held on Sunday, October 10, 2021 at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, PA. Headlining the show this year will be country music superstar, LEE BRICE.

Lee Brice has been called a sensitive country roughneck, the guy who embraces the power of long-lasting relationships in “Love Like Crazy,” “A Woman Like You” and “I Don’t Dance.” He’s the guy who makes his audiences cry every time he memorializes people who sacrificed their lives on our behalf in “I Drive Your Truck.” But with his 2020 album Hey World, people are likely hearing Brice differently. Singing next to smoky vocalist Carly Pearce on the #1 single “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” the power and range in his voice comes in loud and clear. In the follow-up #1, “One Of Them Girls,” he attacks the subject matter with bite and swagger. It’s still sensitive, but it’s imbued with an undeniable playfulness and a commanding drive.  Lee Brice will be making his first appearance at Fallfest on October 10th at Maple Grove Raceway.

Joining Lee on the stage will be TYLER FARR. Also, making his Fallfest debut on October 10th, the Garden City, MO native is a Broken Bow Records Recording Artist. Farr is best known for his singles “Redneck Crazy,” “Whiskey in My Water” and “A Guy Walks Into A Bar,” which would reach #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay charts in 2015.

The third act appearing at Fallfest will be TENILLE ARTS. Hailing from Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Tenille picked up a guitar at age 13 and has been performing across the U.S. and Canada ever since, including performances on the TV show The Bachelor. Her single “Somebody Like That” is currently near the top of the Country charts.

The fourth national act on the Fallfest lineup will is NATE BARNES. Barnes is from South Haven, Michigan and a Quartz Hill Records newcomer, best know for his single “You Ain’t Pretty.”

Opening the show this year will be the returning NATHAN MEROVICH. Merovich made his Fallfest debut in 2019 after winning the Showdown in the Park; a Battle-of-the-Bands style competition. The first act to take the stage in 2021 will be FAST LANE. Fast Lane was the winner of the 2021 Showdown in the Park held on June 25th at the New Holland Community Memorial Park. This will be Fast Lane’s third time performing at Fallfest.

The concert begins just after 11am on Sunday, October 10, 2021 at its new home, Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, PA. Tickets and parking can be purchased exclusively online. Tickets are on sale now and start at just $10, with children 5 & under admitted free, if sitting in General Admission sections.  A limited number of VIP Tickets are now available to sit up front for just $30. Tickets can be purchased online at wiov.com/fallfest or through Eventbrite.



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