Shawn Mullins, Wild Feath­ers head­lin­ing Dal­ton mu­sic fes­ti­val

In ad­di­tion to a day of mu­sic that in­cludes rock, blue­grass, soul and coun­try, there will be seven food trucks, a gi­ant Jenga game and cornhole.

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“Ev­ery­thing’s go­ing to be all right” Satur­day, Aug. 25, when singer Shawn Mullins plays the Friend­ship Mu­sic Fes­ti­val in Dal­ton, Ge­or­gia.

The singer, still as­so­ci­ated with those lyrics from his 1998 No. 1 sin­gle “Lul­laby,” is a co-head­liner of the fes­ti­val along with coun­try mu­sic band Wild Feath­ers. The mu­sic fes­ti­val will be held on the green in down­town Dal­ton from 2 to 11 p.m. on Satur­day, Aug. 25. It ben­e­fits Friend­ship House child care pro­gram in Dal­ton.

Along with Mullins and Wild Feath­ers, per­form­ers will in­clude Con­nec­tor 3, Noah Smith and the Sn­eary Fam­ily Band.

In ad­di­tion to a day of mu­sic that in­cludes rock, blue­grass, soul and coun- try, there will be seven food trucks, a gi­ant Jenga game and cornhole. Bring a fold­ing chair for seat­ing.

Although Wild Feath­ers may seem like a new group to coun­try fans since their break­out hit “Big Sky” ear­lier this spring, the band has ac­tu­ally been to­gether since 2010. Their new al­bum, “Greetings from the Neon Fron­tier,” was re­leased the end of June.

Wild Feath­ers will tour with Kip Moore dur­ing Septem­ber be­fore join­ing The Brothers Os­borne tour in mid-Oc­to­ber.

For more in­for­ma­tion: fh­mu­sicfes­ti­val.com.

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Shawn Mullins’ first No. 1, “Lul­laby,” was re­leased 20 years ago.

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