Alan Jackson’s Tornado Benefit Concert Will Be Live Streamed for Free
Alan Jackson has enjoyed a career resurgence in the last year with his new album Where Have You Gone hitting number one on the Country music charts in May. Jackson's first new music in six years was well received and the new music has led Jackson back on tour which starts June 26th with a special benefit concert for his hometown that was ravaged by a tornado in March.
The show will be headlined by the Country Music Hall of Famer where he'll be joined by Chris Young, Caylee Hammack, Grammy-nominated Adam Wright, and more. The show will be in Jackson's hometown of Newnan, Georgia, and was sold out nearly immediately but that doesn't mean you won't be able to watch along.
Billed as the Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit, the show will get going at 3:00 pm central and will benefit the Coweta Community Foundation's Tornado Relief Fund. You can donate to the Foundation via Jackson's website.
The tour will then continue through the first week of October with 14 total dates. Unfortunately, Jackson won't be coming to Texas this time around with the closes show in Tulsa, Oklahoma on August 27th at the BOK Center.
The show will feature his new album I'm sure but you can also expect the greatest hits as well with nearly a dozen of multi-platinum albums worth of songs to dip into.
I'll be poppin' a top while I watch Jackson back on stage for sure.
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