Keith Urban, has rescheduled his 2012 We’re All For The Hall Benefit Concert to be held Tuesday, April 10 at the Bridgestone Arena. The event was originally scheduled for January, but was postponed due to Urban’s vocal chord surgery and rest at the end of 2011.
Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Reserved seating tickets start at $25 and go on sale January 27 at 10 AM through Ticketmaster outlets or at the Bridgestone Arena Box office.
In addition to performances by musical directors Urban and Vince Gill, the show will include performances by Alabama, Alison Krauss & Union Station, The Band Perry, Blue Sky Riders, Diamond Rio, Exile, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, The Oak Ridge Boys, Pistol Annies, Rascal Flatts and Thompson Square.
“My goal for the concert, is really the same as the Hall’s,” said Urban. “To help country fans connect the dots – to find out where their music came from, how it’s evolved (and is still evolving) and to discover the artists that have influenced their favorite artists. Country music is like a big beautiful strange family tree and nowhere is that more honored than at the Country Music Hall Of Fame and Museum.”
This year’s 2012 We’re All For the Hall event is the third in a series started by Museum Board President Vince Gill, which has raised roughly $1 million for the Hall according to Museum Director, Kyle Young.
A limited number of VIP Packages will also become available Jan. 27. Ranging in price from $150-$3,500, options include invitation to a dinner in the Country Music Hall of Fame Rotunda the evening before (April 9) the concert; meet & greet and photo with Keith Urban before the benefit with premium floor concert seats and commemorative ticket; choice of a Keith Urban autographed electric guitar or signed customized Concert Seat that you can take home; or an invitation to a post-concert party at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
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