Many people celebrated Veterans Day this weekend to honor those who have served our country, but some of the real issues veterans face every day are obstacles that require help from others.
Four different bands took the stage at the House Our Heroes Festival to raise awareness and money for homeless veterans.
"There are some people out there that, again, serve their country and they're living under a bridge and not getting care that they need," said Certer Hutson, who came to the festival to see his daughter, Cari, perform.
Certer says coming back from service can create demons that are difficult to fight.
"It's kind of like ghosts chasing them around. It causes them to sometimes react in a way that hurts them in society," he explained.
So Red, White and Blues 512 put together this festival where all proceeds don't just go toward only one specific non-profit but five, all of which work to fight homelessness for veterans.
"They stepped up in line, put their hand up and swore to defend you and others, and so they definitely need our help," Certer said.
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