Just announced, Julie Eddy is set to play here in South Dakota. I start with here in South Dakota because the Dell Rapids Native is currently hustling and grinding in the Nashville area as she chases a career in Country Music.

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See Julie Eddy Saturday, November 4TH, at The Event Center in Chancellor, South Dakota. I spoke with Eddy on the phone recently. She said that's she's been busy writing songs, playing gigs and is looking forward to getting back to her home stomping grounds and play the event. She took time out of her busy day to talk on the phone. At the time, she had the band together and they were rehearsing for the event.

Tickets for the event  are only $25.00. Please come out for a great evening of entertainment and show your support to Julie Eddy and the Youth Hunt. Money raised will be donated to Wings of Valor Lodge. According to the website for Wings of Valor Lodge,

Wings of Valor operates on the mission of supporting those who have served by providing a gathering place to motivate and empower veterans in the outdoors. This 501(c)3 non-profit is a fully-accessible commercial hunting lodge available to all to book a great South Dakota pheasant hunt.

Find out more about the event here, get a ticket and check it out when Julie Eddy comes to Chancellor!

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