Harmonies for Heroes
We had a great 2014 concert
Next H4H will be Saturday May 16th 2015
The 2015 shows will be announced next year.
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A music festival on "Armed Forces Week" to benefit charity.

The 2014 season ran very smoothly
(11AM to 11PM Saturday) - (11AM to 6PM Sunday)

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The "H4H festival" is a Music Festival coming to Hammond LA on Armed Forces Weekend
(May 17&18). Three stages of music with a variety of music donated by area musicians in honor of our Armed Forces, to include everyone with an armed occupation that requires they risk their life for you.

"Harmonies 4 Heroes” is a new music festival being held on the weekend of Armed Forces day (17 May 2014). Festival is a fun event, that salutes our heroes and donates the proceeds to charity. Live bands and singers will perform music all day on Saturday (11AM-11PM), and (11AM-6PM) on Sunday.

Many area musicians and local bands are performing. There is plenty of food and other products at the H4H Fest. Members of the US military will be there with challenges and information about their branch of service. There will be a Fire Truck and Military vehicles present. And of course three stages of music going the whole day. The flag raising ceremony will be at 11:00 AM on Saturday. Armed Forces Day is on May 17th this year. We are celebrating this holiday on that Saturday and the following Sunday. While there are many heroes in our lives... On the weekend of May 17th we are celebrating those who put their lives on the line to protect us.


We often see the signs “we support our troops.” Attending the The "H4H festival" actually supports our Troops AND our community, because admissions to H4H go to the USO and SOAR.


The "H4H festival" management team is made up of veterans and first responders, all of the management are volunteering to ensure H4H will be a well run, fun event. And, so we can donate more to good charities. All of the profit will be split evenly between this years two charities The USO and SOAR.
The owners of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival and other professionals have backed the H4H Festival. They have donated use of the RenFest grounds, and given access to their skills and resources.