City Winery Nashville will host a benefit concert on Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m in response to the flooding that impacted Waverly, Tennessee last week.
Produced and organized by Jeremy Vaughn and the United Way of Humphreys County, “Waverly Strong: A Concert for Disaster Relief” will feature performances from Billy Ray Cyrus, Dennis Quaid, Meghan Linsey, James Otto, Eric Paslay, Sarah Potenza, Anthony Nunziata, Blessing Offor, Drew Baldridge, Jacob Bryant, Tigirlily and more. The concert will also include video messages from NBC’s This Is Us actress Chrissy Metz and more. Hosted by WKRN News 2’s meteorologist Danielle Breezy, the night will raise funds for the survivors and victims of last week’s unexpected flooding in the Middle Tennessee area.
United Way of Humphreys County will distribute all proceeds to the survivors and families of the victims. The concert will also be streamed live on Mandolin allowing viewers to donate from their homes.
Vaughn, who was born and raised in Waverly, notes, “Waiting over 24 hours to find out if my family was safe was terrifying. I’m grateful that my mom and the rest of my family are safe, but I know there are so many who were not as lucky. Now is the time for all of us to come together and give all we can to help build back ‘Waverly Strong.’”
As previously announced, all indoor City Winery guests will be required to provide either proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID test result obtained within 72 hours of the event. Additionally, patrons will be required to wear masks while inside City Winery.
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