Morgan Wallen will livestream his upcoming benefit concert after the star-studded show sold out within minutes of on-sale.
Late Thursday (Sept. 2) evening Wallen announced the star-studded benefit concert dubbed Morgan Wallen & Friends in support of Humphreys County flood survivors via Instagram.
Hosted by Theo Von, the event will feature performances, in the style of a writers round, by Wallen alongside some of Nashville’s most popular hitmakers, including 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,” the country superstar and East Tennessee native shared. “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.”
In-person tickets for the show sold-out within minutes of on-sale, as fans are eager to see the “Sand In My Boots” singer return to the stage for his first official headlining show in quite some time. However, Wallen and his team have now added a livestream option to watch the show from home if you weren’t one of the lucky fans who were able to secure a ticket to the concert. Tickets for the concert’s livestream are on-sale now, HERE, and cost $50.00 plus a $6.00 fee upon purchasing on Fly Machine’s website.
“Well y’all sold this out pretty quickly!! Thank you,” Wallen shared on Instagram on Friday (Sept. 3). “Also proud to have my good buddy Theo Von added to host the event!!”
Well y’all sold this out pretty quickly!! Thank you. Gonna post a story with links to donate and a link to a livestream.
— morgan wallen (@MorganWallen) September 4, 2021
“What’s up guys, it’s Morgan, I just wanted to say thank you for selling this show out in no time flat basically,” Wallen added in an Instagram story. “I just wanted to say thank you also in advance to HARDY, Dierks, Cole, Lainey, Ern, Lathan and Vinny B for coming out to support me on this.”
Fans unable to make it to the concert or who do not wish to watch the stream can donate to the fund by clicking HERE.
Proceeds from the event will benefit The Community Foundation Of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, immediately assisting the victims of the recent severe storms and flooding in Humphreys County and other parts of Middle Tennessee.
“Wallen & Friends 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 a message on the event’s official 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.”
See the official announcement from Wallen’s Instagram above.