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Announces Special 15th Anniversary Concert Featuring Dolly Parton

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Valdosta, GA – Wild Adventures Theme Park (WA) announces a special addition to the park’s 2011 concert series. The park celebrates its 15th anniversary with legendary, country music and entertainment icon Dolly Parton performing live in concert later this season.

“I may own my own theme park, but Wild Adventures is such a great venue, I just wanted to include it on my world tour,” Dolly said. “Besides, I have some great fans in south Georgia and north Florida!”

The park will give 2011 Season Passholders the first opportunity to purchase reserved seats for this special concert before they go on sale to the public. On sale and concert dates will be announced once the dates are confirmed.

Wild Adventures is a 170-acre theme park, water park, and animal park all in one place for less located in Valdosta, Georgia. The park features one of the largest ride collections in the South, more than 500 wild animals, Splash Island Water Park, the region’s largest water park, shows, festivals and all-star concerts. The park is owned and operated by Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE), a company specializing in family entertainment. For nearly half a century, HFE has owned, operated or partnered in 26 properties across ten states, including Branson, Missouri’s Silver Dollar City; operating partner with Dolly Parton in Tennessee’s Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country; operating partner in Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park and owners of Ride the Ducks amphibious tours in six cities.

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