CULLMAN, Ala. (WIAT) -- Cullman continues to bounce back from the storms that ripped through Alabama in April of 2011.
The city was slammed by one of the first tornadoes to touch down in the area on April 27, 2011.
Businesses and homes have rebuilt, and the city continues to move forward.
As the people of Cullman move on, they do not forget those who were lost on April 27.
The city plans to honor those lost in the storms with a concert.
The "Rock the South" concert is returning in 2013 and will feature Sara Evans, Hank Williams Jr. and Scot t McCreery as the headliners.
The concert will be held in Cullman's Heritage Park on June 21 and 22.
More information on the concert can be found here: http://rockthesouth.com/
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