They played to a massive crowd over the weekend in their hometown of Greeneville, TN.
their new album, PIONEER, to thousands of friends, family, and fans.
After the show, all fans in attendance had the opportunity to meet the
band and get their albums signed. During the all-day event, in an effort
to help Outnumber Hunger, exclusive The Band Perry bracelets were also
sold and 100% of the proceeds went to Feeding America.
concert began, General Mills presented a check for a total of $4,700 to
the Second Harvest Foodbank of Northeast Tennessee. Below, you can see a
photo of the crowd on Saturday taken from the stage and the front page
of their hometown newspaper: