BWCMF extended until Monday to avoid eclipse traffic jam

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Brownsville, OR — Some great news for all of you attending the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival this year! With the state reaching out to the festival organizers in an effort to help stop additional traffic from clogging the roadways, it’s been announced the festival has decided to extend the fun until Monday.

According to KEZI, a big shot in the country music industry reached out to performer Kip Moore to see if he could lend a hand.

“So he reached out and said to Kip, ‘Hey, we’re going to have an event for the eclipse on Monday. Would you mind sticking around and hanging out, and playing some of your music and kind of kicking off this whole thing?’ Fortunately he said yes, let’s do it, sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun.” said Don Leber, VP of advertising.

The eclipse viewing party is scheduled to go from 7 am until 11 am, and Kip Moore is expected to be on stage by 9 am. Tickets are expected to sell for $25, and all guests will get their own fancy pair of eclipse viewing glasses with the eclipse broadcast on the jumbo screens. – Eugene, OR | Breaking News, Weather & Sports

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