Clarksville, TN – The 2014 Riverrfest festival will feature the rising Canadian country singer Alee in her first performance in the United States, opening for festival headliner Tracy Lawrence on Saturday, September 6th 2014.
Within the first few tender notes of an Alee concert, it is clear that this rising star is a natural talent. Her powerful voice, undeniable charisma, and pin-drop stage presence combine to create an unforgettable live experience.
The singer first came to notice in 2013, when four songs from this songstress climbed into the Country Top 20, including her #1 BDS Most-Added Country Single, “Don’t Say You Love Me”. Alee celebrated by taking home the Female Artist of the Year award at the 2014 ACMA Awards, with nominations for Rising Star, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year (as the only writer on “Don’t Say You Love Me”).
Alee has been spending the past year between Edmonton, Toronto, and Nashville getting ready for her label debut, and just finished performing one of Canada’s biggest country music festivals, Big Valley Jamboree, sharing the stage with Clay Walker, Marty Stewart, Kip Moore, Hunter Hayes, Zac Brown Band, and Miranda Lambert.
She would like to thank Tom and Karen Edwards and the City of Clarksville for making it possible to play in front of the crowd at Riverfest 2014.
You can visit her website to hear her music at www.gottabealee.com.
The City of Clarksville’s 27th Annual Riverfest Celebration is a two-day music and arts festival that takes place September 5th and 6th along the Cumberland River at McGregor Park in Clarksville, Tennessee.
The free event features delicious food and activities for kids of all ages including Toddler Town and the Adventure Zone.
Riverfest plays host to multiple stages providing live entertainment from some of area’s most talented musicians as well as Saturday night’s headliner, country music superstar Tracy Lawrence.
The Riverfest Regatta, is back again this year to see who will claim the title of the fastest boat built out of cardboard, duct tape and silicone.
The Riverfest Art Exhibit kicks off on Thursday night this year with the Downtown Art Walk and includes three different categories of art from local talent that you won’t want to miss.
New this year is the Riverfest Film Festival, a chance for both novice and expert film makers to showcase their talents on the big screen using predetermined lines and props in their seven minute movies.
For more information on all of these great events and more, visit www.clarksvilleriverfest.com.