News Release

​Wounded Warrior Alabama (WWA) is pleased to announce our fundraiser event entitled War of Wings 2019. This event is the first of its kind for NE Alabama, combining a wing cooking competition for locals who think they are the King or Queen of the Chicken Wing and 2 music stages with some of the best musicians the South has to offer. This Festival is sure to be fun for the whole family with lots of opportunity for local businesses to be a featured sponsors. War of Wings is to be held On November 9, 2019 over the Veteran’s Day Holiday weekend on the Grounds of Combat Park & Veteran’s trade day in Eastaboga.

The $25 advanced purchased admission includes 20 wing tickets for festival goers to taste entries from each team. Enjoy music from two separate stages on festival grounds. Local bands will play live from 11 am until the Wing Competition winners are announced at 4pm and the Festival Headliner, SkynFolks –The Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Band take the stage to close the event at 4:30 pm.  Additional Tickets will also be sold for beer and wine on site. Admission will be $30.00 at the gate.

“Wounded Warrior Alabama is proud to bring the first chicken wing festival to NE Alabama. We are excited about the response and look forward to being able to help local Veterans with the funds the festival will raise” said Bill Williams, CFO Wounded Warrior Alabama.

The event will be fun for the entire family, Kids 5 and under are free. Tickets and additional information can be found at

About Wounded Warrior Alabama:It’s impossible to estimate the true cost of military service. But veterans and their families continue to pay that price every day. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, past injuries and financial troubles all weigh on soldiers who fought for our freedom. Wounded Warrior Alabama gives back to Alabama’s troops to offset that cost. Founded in 2014 by two married, Disabled Veterans, They strive to make the lives of Alabama’s heroes better.

Funds raised by Wounded Warrior Alabama go directly to Alabama veterans to serve their needs, whether it’s buying groceries, paying bills or even keeping their car running so they can get to work. Wounded Warrior Alabama doesn’t focus on buying expensive homes for a single soldier when they can do so much for so many more.


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