The JakeStar Festival in LaMoure, North Dakota This Weekend - August 25 & 26; Live Music, Family Fun, Kids Games, Food/Beverages, Car Show & More; Proceeds to Charity

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The JakeStar Festival is a celebration to raise funds that enrich the lives of children through quality entertainment and creative community involvement. The festival was founded after a tragic accident took the life of a young child. Out of tragedy came a desire to celebrate life with friends and families who have also been impacted by the loss of a child. Our vision is to be a catalyst for awareness, hope, and healing. Celebrating the life of Jacob Andrew Shockman.

The JakeStar Festival is family fun for a great cause.

The JakeStar Festival Weekend, held near LaMoure, North Dakota begins on Saturday, August 25th with a charity golf scramble at the Memorial Park Country Club and archery tournament at the James River Sportsman's Club. The JakeStar Festival Pre-Party at Memorial Park Country Club follows these tournaments with live music from Loy Ave.

On Sunday, August 26th The JakeStar Festival, brought to you by Larson Grain, kicks into high gear at the LaMoure County Memorial Park just north of Grand Rapids, ND. This all day family event features kids attractions and games, car show, silent auction, helicopter rides, food vendors, cold beer for the adults and live bands all day including national recording artists Hang Dynasty (w/special guest Larry Long), Dirty Word, October Road, Boys of Summer, Comedy From The LineBenders and Larry Long Kid's Show. Proceeds go to Make-A-Wish of North Dakota and local charities. Ages six and under are free.

Tickets start at only $30 and are available at the gate or online at or through the JakeStar Facebook page

Join us for a fantastic weekend of family fun and entertainment - all for a great cause.

To acquire media passes please contact Dan Shaw via email at info(at)jakestar(dot)org

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