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Auburn to hold Music and Miracles Superfest

Set up underway in Auburn's Jordan Hare stadium. (Source: Stuart Dill) Set up underway in Auburn's Jordan Hare stadium. (Source: Stuart Dill)
AUBURN, AL (WSFA) -

The Music and Miracles Superfest will take place in Auburn on Saturday. The event features live musical performances, tailgating and much more. 

Beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday will be the Music and Miracles FANfest. The FANfest tailgate is located at the Green Space at Jordan-Hare Stadium and is free to the public. 

Live music will start at noon with a performance from up-and-coming Nashville artist Taria. Following Taria will be a performance by The Voice finalist Adley Stump at 12:45 and regional band Kinchafoonee at 1:45. 

The stadium doors to Jordan-Hare will open at 3 p.m. in preparation for the Music and Miracles event. David Ray kicks off the show at 4 p.m. followed by the Kelsea Ballerini, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Thomas Rhett, and Blake Shelton. 

The event will also include a Beer Garden - "The Bud Barn", food vendors and an artist merchandise tent. 

To found out more about the Music and Miracles Superfest and purchase tickets to the event, click here

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