Morgan Wallen and some of his closest friends announced a star-studded benefit concert dubbed Morgan Wallen & Friends in support of Humphreys County flood survivors.
The country superstar announced the news via Instagram late Thursday (Sept. 2) evening. The star-studded event will feature performances by Wallen alongside Dierks Bentley, HARDY, Cole Swindell, Ernest, Lathan Warlick, Lainey Wilson, Josh Thompson, Ben Burgess and Jared Mullins.
“I have been touched and heartbroken by the stories I’ve heard from the recent flooding and it’s impact in Middle Tennessee. Wanted to do my part to help. Proud that this is my first official show in such a long time. Hope you guys can make it on such short notice. Tickets on sale immediately. Link for tickets in bio. I will also post a story with info on how to donate if you are unable to attend the show.”
See the official announcement below.
Wallen partnered with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund in response to recent severe storms and flooding in Middle Tennessee.
According to the ticketing website, “Grants from the Fund will be made to nonprofits supporting relief and restoration in areas of Middle Tennessee affected by the severe storms and floods. The size and scope and circumstance of every disaster is different. The Tennessee Emergency Response Fund was created in 2008 so that our community will be prepared to handle a disaster. Through this Fund, The Community Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations providing vital services. Your donation will provide nonprofits in the affected counties the remarkable gift to concentrate on delivering those critical services in the aftermath of these storms while we provide our community an opportunity to restore hope and to rebuild lives in both the short term as well as with long term sustainability.”
Fans unable to attend can donate to the fund at www.cfmt.org/morgan.
All fans in attendance are required to provided printed proof of a negative test within 72 hours of the event or full vaccination for entry to the show.
The benefit concert will take place at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, Tennessee on September 8.
Tickets are available now HERE.