Hank Williams Jr. Will Perform At NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits

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posted on February 23, 2017
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Provided by Hank Williams Jr.

The NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits is rapidly approaching, and once again a big-time country concert will be one of the highlights. NRA Life member and multi-platinum hit maker Hank Williams Jr. will take the stage on Saturday, April 29.

The Annual Meetings & Exhibits, sponsored by MidwayUSA, is scheduled for April 27-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga. The four-day spectacular will feature 600,000 square feet of firearm displays and high-tech shooting and hunting accessories, plus countless seminars, workshops, and appearances by the NRA’s own Wayne LaPierre and Chris W. Cox. 

Music fans shouldn't wait to buy tickets to see Hank Jr.! The concert will take place in Exhibit Hall A3 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Buy your tickets now to see Hank Williams Jr. and special guests at nraam.org.

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