Darius Rucker to headline Rock Fore! Dough 8

Second stage added for Masters Week event

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Country artist Darius Rucker will return to Augusta during Masters Week to headline the Drive for Show, Rock Fore! Dough 8 concert on April 3, according to a release.

Darius Rucker will return as the headliner for Rock Fore! Dough 8. Tickets go on sale Saturday, Jan. 28.  FILE/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Darius Rucker will return as the headliner for Rock Fore! Dough 8. Tickets go on sale Saturday, Jan. 28.

Also performing at this year’s concert are Corey Smith, Needtobreathe and The Farm Inc. For the first time, Rock Fore! Dough is adding a second stage to incorporate more music into the event. Artists Tim Brantley, Jaycie Ward and Five’s a Crowd will play a benefit show.

Tickets for Rock Fore! Dough will go on sale Saturday, Jan. 28 at www.TicketAlternative.com, all area Kroger locations and The First Tee of Augusta at 3165 Damascus Road. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 on the day of the show. VIP tables and tickets are available for purchase at The First Tee of Augusta.

All proceeds from the concert will benefit The First Tee of Augusta, the Augusta chapter of The First Tee Network. The First Tee Network has opened learning facilities worldwide and has introduced more than 303,000 young people to the game of golf.

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easy breezy
easy breezy 01/25/12 - 12:26 pm
Would of been nice to see

Would of been nice to see Patrick Davis perform with Darius. The two have been friends for a long time. Not to mention Patrick wrote several of Darius' tunes. Oh well.....maybe next year.

lovingthesouth72 01/25/12 - 12:43 pm
YAY!! This just made my day.

YAY!! This just made my day. :0)

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