Ned Ledoux. Courtesy AWHC.org
WELLSVILLE — The American West Heritage Center (AWHC) is getting together with the Wellsville Foundation to hold a music festival to support the renovated Wellsville Tabernacle next weekend, June 24th and 25th.
Featuring a full day of music and arts on Saturday, the 25th at the tabernacle. The night before, Friday the 24th , things kick-off with country singer Ned Ledoux at the Heritage Center in Wellsville.
On KVNU’s For the People program on Monday, Sarah Gunnell of AWHC said they are looking forward to kick-off of their summer Concerts on the Farm.
“We’re just really excited to be associated with them and to share in their great event and kick everything off with the Ned Ledoux concert on June 24th,” she said.
Gunnell said Ledoux fits nicely with the purpose of the center.
“The more we learn about him, the more we interact with him and his team, he’s just a class act, just a really classy guy; and really continues the value system that we have here at the American West Heritage Center. He was raised like most of us here in the valley, ranching (with) his family in Wyoming, and so just a lot of common things there with Ned. We’re super excited to have him here in Wellsville at the American West Heritage Center.”
Because the Ledoux concert is the kick-off, there’s more to come. Country artist Craig Morgan in July and David Nail in August. For more information, visit AWHC.org