‘Magnolia Vale’ playing pregame concert for Missouri game

Magnolia Vale, music duo from Lebanon in Marion County, KY

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Magnolia Vale will take the stage as part of the Kentucky Football Pregame Concert Series on Saturday, playing before UK hosts Missouri.

The concert will take place on the stage in the plaza outside Gate 12 of Kroger Field. Magnolia Vale will play immediately following the Cat Walk presented by Chevy, which is set to begin at 5:15 p.m. Bradford BBQ and Mad Mike’s food trucks will be open next to the concert stage. The game between the Wildcats and Missouri will kick off at 7:30 p.m.

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Magnolia Vale, a country sister duo from Lebanon, Kentucky, just released their new EP “Sunburn” at the beginning of September. They reached No. 4 on the Top Country iTunes album charts and also No. 14 with their duet with Taylor Ray Holbrook. They have performed at various events, such as The Dallas Cowboys pre-game show, local events and festivals in their hometown and surrounding counties, for the State Capital, and even received first place in the “Eastern Kentucky’s Got Talent” competition this past Fall.

The Wildcats are 4-1 entering Saturday’s game, which is the third of three straight at home for UK. Tickets are available through UKFootballTix.com.


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