The Temple Breakfast Lion's Club Music Festival is happening at Martin Luther King Jr. Festival Grounds in Temple, Texas on Saturday, April 1, 2023. All proceeds are going to benefit Texas Lions Camp. Don't be a fool, get your tickets now to watch Eric Paslay headline. Lorena native and Waco resident, and season 4 of The Voice star, Holly Tucker will be the direct support.

The kids will be in for a real treat because this is a Music Festival! Do not forget your lawn chairs, and comfy shoes.

What is the difference between a concert and a music festival?

A concert is generally 2 or 3 acts that perform to an audience there solely for music. A music festival is like a carnival set to live music. There will be a kid's zone, tons of food options, and when you mix live performances from a Nashville Country Star like Eric Paslay with all the additional talent, it's going to be a legendary day for everyone in the family.

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Who else is performing?

Trust me when I say, an evening with Eric Paslay at this price is already steal. Also on the lineup are Tylor Bigley, Jean-Pierre and Zydeco Angels, Jay White-Blues Commander, and Backroads opens the festival at 3pm. Gates open at 2:30, and all children 12 and under are free with adult admission.


Remember, all the proceeds are benefiting Lions Camp to provide, without charge, a camp for children with physical disabilities, diabetes and cancer from the State of Texas, regardless of race, religion or national origin.

Where can we get tickets?

Advance tickets are available here. Tickets are only $20 in advance, and go up to $25 on April 1 for day of the show.

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