Country music's epic celebration to benefit Special Forces

Country music's epic celebration to benefit Special Forces

Every Memorial Day, we honor and remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, and one way we can do that is by making sure we take care of heroes who need a helping hand.

That was the purpose of this year's inaugural Camp Nash, a country music festival presented by Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores to benefit the Special Forces Charitable Trust. The SFCT provides a nationwide network of volunteers and programs to support Green Berets and their families -- past, present and future.

Learn more at their website:

Thousands of people gathered on Memorial Day at the Fontanel in Nashville, Tennessee, to hear Big & Rich, Parmalee, Thompson Square, RaeLynn, Breaking Southwest and singer/emcee Chuck Wicks, all in the name of a great cause. Many thanks to those wonderful artists for participating! If you like Love's Travel Stops on Facebook or follow Love's on Twitter, you saw exclusive photos from throughout the event.

It was a wonderful time, and we've got the photographic proof!

Big and Rich plays Camp Nash

Big & Rich take the stage and are always a hit!

Thompson Square plays at Camp Nash

Shawna and Keifer Thompson, better known as Thompson Square, rock the Fontanel!

Jon Archard and Ken Kingdon at Camp Nash

And Love's VP of Fuel Marketing Jon Archard visits with veteran Ken Kingdon!

Plus, we've got plenty more from Facebook:

It was a delight getting to meet and visit with everybody at Camp Nash. If you have photos from the weekend, tweet them at us (@LovesTravelStop) or email them to us at!

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