Even though we can't all gather in one physical location to attend a concert right now, the show must go on. You will find that some of your favorite Texas artists will be coming together through Billy Bob's Texas honkytonk to throw one heck of a concert on Saturday, April 25th. The concert dubbed “You’re Still Farming & We’re Still Singing,” is a free, donation-only virtual concert benefiting the Texas FFA Foundation.

Check out this lineup: Aaron Watson - Casey Donahew - Cleto Cordero - Cody Johnson - Jack Ingram - Josh Abbott - Kevin Fowler - Koe Wetzel - Mike Ryan - Neal McCoy – Parker McCollum - Pat Green - Randy Rogers - Tracy Byrd - Wade Bowen - William Clark Green! It will begin Saturday night at 7pm and be broadcast on the Billy Bob's Texas Facebook page at Facebook.com/BillyBobsTexas.

"This opportunity to continue to involve our yearlong Billy Bob's Partners in a virtual concert for an organization that is benefitting kids in this western and agricultural industry is wonderful. It is such a creative way for this tight-knit group to all stay connected and supportive as a community during this time apart," said Katherine Kolstad Laramore, Corporate Partnerships at Billy Bob's Texas.

The concert is free to enjoy, but donations will be accepted to help provide scholarships and leadership development opportunities for students and agricultural science teachers.

“Texas is blessed with three vital and renewable resources: youth, agriculture, and leadership,” said Aaron Alejandro, Executive Director, Texas FFA Foundation. “Our program empowers the dreams of our members today, ensuring they are dynamic influencers in the future. Together we will help our students be resilient today, so they will be stronger leaders tomorrow. Your support is helping make Texas a better place to live, work, and raise our families.”

The Texas FFA Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. They currently award more than $2.3 million in academic and award scholarships annually. More than 200,000 students are enrolled in agricultural science education courses in Texas; there are more than 137,000 Texas FFA members, 1,073 local FFA chapters, and 2,500 Agricultural Science Education Teachers. Charitable Contributions to the Texas FFA Foundation are deductible for federal tax purposes

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