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Carrie Underwood Added to WE Fest 2018 Lineup


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  • October 19, 2017

2018 is going to be an exciting year for country music fans! Making a rare festival appearance, Carrie Underwood is set to headline the 2018 WE Fest with previously announced performers Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line. Located at Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, WE Fest is the home of the world’s largest country music and camping festival. Tickets are available now at the WE Fest website, with prices starting at $120 for three-day general admission tickets and $750 for the VIP upgrade.

Kicking off August 2-4, this is a musical event that brings fans from around the world together to watch country's biggest artists perform, you won’t want to miss it! More information on the rest of the festivals lineup is still to be announced.


Artist: Carrie Underwood. Photo: Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Underwood and husband Mike Fisher also recently co-hosted the Danita’s Children benefit dinner in Nashville. The organization's mission is to educated, empower, and help aid the children and families of Haiti to become leaders in their community.

“What an incredible night last night raising money for @danitaschildren,” Underwood shared alongside several photos on her social media. “This place and its staff truly provide miracles for so many children and families in Haiti. We are so honored and humbled that so many friends came out to support. I can't wait to see how many more lives are saved and changed because of that support! Thank you to all who helped out!”

Danita's Children was founded in 1999 by Danita Estrella Watts, who wanted to provide education, nutrition, medical care, dental care and a Christian influence to children and families in Haiti. Underwood and her husband have been strong supporters of the organization ever since their first visit to the center in Haiti in 2014.

The charity organization provides 16,000 meals each month as well as educates over 300 children and provides housing to over 80 children who have been abandoned.

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