(Naples, FL – September 23, 2022) Headlining this year’s Farm City BBQ performance is rising Nashville sensation, Maggie Baugh. Originally from Florida, Maggie Baugh developed a deep passion for music at a young age. She’s known for her feel-good tunes and proficiency in playing several instruments through her viral Tiktok series “Finish the Lick” which garnered more than 25 million views. She is back on the Farm City stage by popular demand, having performed in Cambier Park in 2017.
Maggie has shown her flair in creating country music during her stay in Florida, performing in various festivals and opening the stages for notable names in the music industry including Luke Combs, Kip Moore, and Chris Lane. She was also part of the lineup for the Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Fest which won the Festival of The Year Award in the 2020 ACM Awards.
Maggie’s music has also earned her recognition among “CMT’s Next Women of Country,” with the CMA also adding Baugh to their “Fresh from Nashville” and “Celebrating Women of Country” Apple Playlists. She was also included as the #1 song in Spotify’s “Fresh Finds: Country Best of 2021” end-of-year wrap, further cementing her place in the industry. She recently joined the “Home Free” music tour with fellow stars Luke Bryan, Charlie Daniels, Kane Brown, Jake Owen, and many others for their Road Sweet Road 2022 Fall Tour.
Catch her performing her greatest hits, “Think About Me” and “Drinking to the Broken Hearts”, at Cambier Park in Downtown Naples while enjoying a steak lunch with 3,000 of your closest friends. Tickets are still available at farmcitybbq.com for only $25. Food, beverage, and entertainment are all part of the inclusions.Buy Your Ticket Today!
Proceeds from the event will be used to support and fund youth leadership development programs that are currently underway and promote the agricultural industry while highlighting its importance to the youth. This year’s beneficiaries will be the 4H Association of Collier County, Youth Leadership Collier, Collier County Junior Deputies, Kiwanis Key Clubs, and The Immokalee Foundation.
While many relationships have been built through the Farm City BBQ, so have our next generation of leaders. As the event has grown over the past two decades, the Farm City BBQ has donated proceeds back into the community to support youth leadership development programs. In recent years, more than $600,000 has been donated back into our community to support the progress of our participating nonprofit organizations in providing hands-on education from elementary through high school students.
For more information, visit www.FarmCityBBQ.com.