Country Rocker to Headline First Annual Saints Festival This Thursday
Natalie Stovall

A free concert by country rocker Natalie Stovall is the main attraction for this Thursday's First Annual Saints Festival.

Sponsored by Limestone's Student Government Association (SGA), a host of events will be held on the front campus green space between Limestone's Carroll Fine Arts and Montgomery buildings.

Please note that the front campus parking area will be closed during this event.





Schedule of Events

3:30-7:30 pm
Bumper Cars
Obstacle Course
Rock Wall
Novelties (custom bumper stickers, a caricature artist, and photo favors)
A "bring your own clothes tie dye"

5:30-9:30 pm
Philco-funnel cakes, fried Oreos, and boiled peanuts

8-9:15 pm
***Please note that there will be two food vendors but patrons can choose one ***
Lisa's Hawg-N-Dawg BBQ featuring pulled pork sandwiches and chips
Pete's of Gaffney serving hamburgers with chips

8:30-10:00 pm
Main Attraction: Natalie Stovall in Concert
Free to Limestone students, faculty and staff
Born and raised just outside of Nashville, TN, Stovall performed her first professional concert singing and playing the fiddle at the age of 10. Since then, she has performed everywhere from Oprah to the Grand Ole Opry. She was the first performer ever to be invited to sing God Bless America for the President at the White House Press Correspondents Dinner. And surprisingly, she has done all of this with no record deal of any kind.

The release of her first record "Late Night Conversations" saw a top 50 radio hit with her song "If I Run To You Now" and the placement of that song in the National Lampoon movie "Bag Boy". In the past couple years Natalie has used that momentum to become one of the hottest booked independent acts in America. Performing and fiddling over 200 dates a year at college campuses, military bases, fairs, festivals, clubs, and bars is all just par for the course with Natalie.