Free concert for Vietnam veterans planned at Daytona Int. Speedway

A musical lineup of country stars will greet veterans to the event.

A closer look at the Vietnam War veteran pin.
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A Heroes Honor Festival is taking place May 27-28 at Daytona International Speedway, which offers a free music festival to Vietnam War veterans as a way to say thank you.
Free tickets are available to veterans and their spouses.
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The event includes country music artists Toby Keith, Justin Moore, Craig Morgan and Revisiting Creedence.
Veterans will have the opportunity to be honored with a Vietnam War Commemoration Pinning Ceremony. There will also be a remembrance of the 58,220 members killed in action.

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