Matt Stell is teaming up with Whiskey Jam for Frontline Fest, a show to honor frontline healthcare workers on Monday, July 12 in Nashville.
The free concert is open to anyone 21+ and will kick off at 6 p.m. from the parking lot at Losers at 1911 Division St. in Nashville. Any frontline worker who presents their work ID will get to skip the line and head straight for the stage for performances from Collin Raye, Tenille Arts, Hannah Dasher, Walker Hayes, Adam Doleac, and Southerland, in addition to Stell.
“What’s better than a Whiskey Jam parking lot shindig with a fresh crop of badass country artists on the rise along with a bona fide solid gold country legend you ask? Well the answer is honoring our frontline healthcare workers while we throw all the way down,” says Stell.
“Whiskey Jam is excited to team up with Matt and celebrate a return to live music in Nashville,” says Ward Guenther, co-founder of Whiskey Jam and host of the Ward Guenther Show on Apple Music. “This show is a small token of our appreciation for the tireless work over countless hours by all of our frontline workers.”
Stell scored back-to-back No. 1 singles with his first two singles, “Prayed For You” and “Everywhere But On.” As one of only eight debut country artists in the last six years to have their first two singles top the charts, Stell will join Old Dominion, Miranda Lambert, and Toby Keith on tour starting this summer.