9/11 Memorial Concert
hosted by American Legion Post # 533


When: Sunday September 11, 2011,3:00-10:00
Where: Bastrop, Texas American Legion Post #533,3003 Loop 150
Donations accepted for the Wounded Warrior Project
Help us show the victims & heroes of 9/11 that we have not forgotten!


About the concert: Updated: Wednesday, Sept. 8th 11:35  P.M.
IMPORTANT UPDATE! Bastrop and Smithville are on fire. Many of us have been evacuated from ours homes and nearly 1,400 homes have been destroyed. At this writing we think our neighbors (and we)will need this reprieve from the stresses caused by this disaster. Donations will be used for those that need the help. NEED CHILDRENS CLOTHES!! Please check here for updates. The concert will be held as scheduled!!! 

This is a 100% volunteer project to honor the 10th anniversary of that terrible day by the simple act of remembering. We celebrate our military & members of our police, fire & EMS departments and our freedom. This is NOT a political event! This is not a republican or democrat thing-we are all Americans and we all remember that day-where we were and how we felt. This is NOT about the wars. Regardless of your feelings about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan or wars in general, you remember that awful day that changed our lives forever. It would be a travesty not to honor the victims and heroes on this 10th anniversary. Ten years ago, American flags flew on cars, in front of homes and business'.."We Shall Not Forget" showed up on billboards and bumper stickers everywhere...look at us today-as divided as we have been since the 60's...The best way I know to pay tribute to the victims & heroes of 9/11 is for just this one day in this one little corner to come together as one people again in thier honor...and there is no better way to bring people together than through music. The promoter has come out of retirement for the event, volunteering his time to honor the memories. The bands are volunteering their talent and time and the sound engineer is volunteering because they believe this day must be remembered and honored. This is a family friendly, fun, free event, but hopefully you are able to donate to The Wounded Warrior Project. There will be donation jars scattered about.

Check the band lineup page for band lineup and visit our sponsors and vendors.

Want to help?

1) We need volunteers to help maintain the grounds and help at the stage. We need a volunteer coordinator.

2) We can use some extra portacans donated (or a $200 sponsor to cover the cost of the portacans).

3) All inquires may be directed to Big John at [email protected] or 512-698-3738 (cell until I can move back home)

4) Come to the show! It is free and is for our community. Bring your friends. Have them bring their friends.

About The Wounded Warrior Project

The Wounded Warrior Project's vision is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded warriors in this nation's history.

Their mission is:
1)To raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members.

2) To help injured service members aid and assist each other.

3) To provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members

To learn more about The Wounded Warrior project click here: http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

Donate Directly to The Wounded Warrior Project!

If you can't make it to the memorial concert or would just like to donate directly to The Wounded Warrior Project, please join our team by clicking here: http://WWPProudSupporter.kintera.org/911memorialconcert This is an officially endorsed event.