Thomas Rhett will host an acoustic concert on Oct. 4 to benefit the organization 147 Million Orphans. The show will take place at The Old School in northwest Nashville.
The night will offer intimate acoustic performances in an outdoor barn setting by Thomas Rhett and special guests Dierks Bentley, Walker Hayes and Shane McAnally.
A limited number of tickets are available to the event. Tickets will be auctioned off to the public Saturday (Aug. 27) at 11 a.m. CT.
The event will also feature a farm-to-table dinner, specialty cocktails, limited edition merchandise, a post-show s’more roasting and a chance to meet Thomas Rhett and Lauren. More artist and songwriter guests will be announced in the coming weeks.
“If anyone follows my wife Lauren or me on social media, they probably already know how important 147 is to us,” Rhett said. “We’re getting asked all the time by friends and fans about what they can do to help, so we wanted to put something together to help support all the work 147 is doing for orphans around the world. I can’t think of a better group of guys to help kick this off than Dierks, Walker and Shane and am looking forward to a couple other surprises we’re working on for the night.”
147 Million Orphans was established in 2009 to provide food, water, medicine, shelter, and education to vulnerable children in the name of Jesus, so that they may thrive through sustainable care.
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