Broken Bow’s Jason Aldean will once again host his annual Jason Aldean: Concert For The Cure during CMA Music Festival at the Wildhorse Saloon to benefit Susan G. Komen For The Cure. Following his evening performance on the big stage at LP Field, Aldean will invite a few special guests to join him for a late night concert that will also feature a silent auction with items from some of country music’s biggest stars. Fellow Georgia native Luke Bryan is the first guest performer to be added to the lineup. Breast cancer touched Aldean personally when a close family friend passed away from the disease at only 26 years old. Since that tragic loss, the “She’s Country” singer has been committed to lending his celebrity in the search for a cure.
“I know a lot of fans heard my friend Melissa’s story in the album special that GAC did,” says Aldean. “That two-minute clip barely touched on how passionate I feel about this. I promise to make it the most rocking late night gig in downtown Nashville that night, and I hope people will come out to support this cause and help me remember Melissa.”
Tickets range from $25 to $100 and are available to fan club members this week and to the public beginning May 2 through www.jasonaldean.com and TicketMaster. A limited number of VIP Packages including tickets in the exclusive VIP lounge and meet & greet passes will also be available. More information can be found here.
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