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The County Line, 10101 I-10 W., has resumed its popular music series on Wednesday nights.
The Now in its 12th year, the series has featured some of the best Texas and national country musicians. “We are excited and extremely grateful to have this continued partnership with County Line BBQ again this year,” says Eric Cooper, San Antonio Food Bank President and CEO.
All of the shows are free, but those who attend are asked to bring donation of either food or money for the San Antonio Food Bank. “Over the past 11 years, this effort has collected more than 50,047 pounds of food that has gone to help feed thousands of hungry individuals in Southwest Texas.” The County Line continually updates the concert line-up on its website.
Since it started, the series has raised more than a half million pounds of food, with last year’s series alone bringing in more than 50,025 pounds.