County music star Lee Greenwood will perform at Haute Spot in Cedar Park on July 5

The patriotic concert will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Greenwood’s hit song, “God Bless the U.S.A."

Ticket proceeds benefit the Georgetown-Williamson County Veterans Memorial Plaza and nonprofit organization America’s Warrior Partnership.

What you need to know

Greenwood, a Grammy award-winning artist with 22 studio albums, will perform his top hits, including “God Bless the U.S.A.,” “I.O.U.,” “Going, Going, Gone,” and “Dixie Road.”

Veterans can receive a 15% discount on their ticket purchases using code VET15. Limited general admission standing and balcony seating tickets are available as well as tables for groups of four, which include food and drink service.

The Haute Spot venue features a range of food options, over 100 beverage choices, complimentary parking, cooling fans, outdoor misters and water stations. The concert is presented by Austin Subaru.

“It will be a night of hits and patriotic songs with something for everyone to sing along to. I hope you all come out and support these great organizations,” Greenwood said in a news release.

Who it’s for

The Georgetown-Williamson County Veterans Memorial Plaza encompasses over 6,000 bricks engraved with the names of Williamson County veterans, patriots, and active duty or military unit members.

Additionally, the Georgetown-Williamson County Memorial Wall honors 174 county residents who lost their lives defending the country in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War or the wars on terrorism.

The America’s Warrior Partnership nonprofit seeks to save the lives of veterans by preventing suicide. AWP connects local organizations to resources, services and partners needed to support veterans and their families, according to its website.

Greenwood has performed for U.S. military troops on more than 30 tours and was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s National Patriot’s Award.

More details

Click here to purchase tickets and learn more about the event. Doors will open at 6 p.m. on July 5.