Jason Aldean Concludes High Noon Neon Tour With Annual “Concert For The Cure” Nashville Show

Pictured (L-R): Susan G. Komen Central Tennessee Executive Director Dawn Eaton, survivor Dena Anderson, Jason Aldean, ET Correspondent/Concert For The Cure Host Brooke Anderson, survivor Diane Joyner. Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images

After wrapping his 2018 High Noon Neon Tour this past weekend, current three-time CMA nominee Jason Aldean celebrated his annual Concert For The Cure at his Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar in Nashville consummating more than $4.1 million for Susan G. Komen chapters across the country.

Last night, Susan G. Komen Central Tennessee received a check for $459,509, which was raised by a portion of ticket sales from his 2018 tour. Survivors and fans alike were treated to an intimate performance by Aldean with personal stories about his history and commitment to helping beat the disease.

“All year long on the road, we hear stories from fans about how they’ve been affected by breast cancer,” said Aldean. “It’s crazy how just about everyone is close to someone who is, or has fought this horrible disease. Thank you to the fans, Omaze and the TC Restaurant Group for their support last night and we’re going to keep doing our part in hopes that we never have to lose someone to breast cancer again.”

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