Justin Moore will be performing a free concert on the weigh-in stage at the Bank of the Ozarks Arena in Hot Springs on Sunday, August 12, beginning at 4PM, before the world’s premier bass anglers weigh their final-day limits at the 2018 Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Forrest Wood Cup – professional bass fishing’s world championship.

According to a press release,  fans of all ages are encouraged to attend the free concert Moore will be performing songs from his latest album, Kinda Don’t Care, to fishing fans in Arkansas as well as live-streamed to fans around the globe at FLWFishing.com.

The title to country radio hit-maker Moore's fourth studio album may suggest he doesn't give a damn, but when it comes to the music, nothing could be further from the truth. On Kinda Don't Care (The Valory Music Co.), the Arkansas singer, outdoorsman and family man reaffirms his commitment to recording honest, entertaining country songs.

Moore with his impressive string of hits, from his five Number One singles, including "Small Town USA” and "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away," to the gold-certified singles "Bait a Hook,” "Backwoods.” And now his current single "Kinda Don't Care," rising up the country music charts.

The FLW Forrest Wood Cup, the world-championship of bass fishing, returns to Lake Ouachita and Hot Springs, Arkansas, August 10-12, with a $300,000 top prize on the line as well as the title of world’s best bass angler. This year’s championship tournament will feature 56 of the best anglers from across four FLW tournament circuits and is being hosted by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism and Visit Hot Springs.

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