On Saturday, April 23, country music fans will gather at Auburn University to attend the first ever Jordan Hare Stadium concert put on by the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation. The concert will be a wonderful evening of music featuring Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt and Old Dominion. The money raised from the event will go towards fighting cancer and feeding the hungry.
The Chicken Salad Chick Foundation (CSCF) went into planning this fundraising event with big dreams and high hopes, wanting to leave a tremendous impact. For a young organization, organizing and planning the event was an enormous task to take on. CFCF’s passion for the causes that the concert would benefit helped them to overcome every hurdle that stood in the way of making this event a reality. The concert, which is being held in Jordan Hare Stadium at Auburn University, is the first concert to be held in the stadium. The concert will star some of country music’s finest, including Kenney Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt and Old Dominion. The CSCF has set a fundraising goal of $1 million to impact the lives of the hungry and those fighting the emotional, physical and mental battle with Cancer.
Links to purchase both tickets and parking passes are available at musicandmiracles.com
Tickets to the event range from $35 to $215 and parking ranges from $35 to $50.
There will be a Music and Miracles Fun Zone on the day of the event that is open to the public from 12-5 p.m.. The fun zone will include music, giveaways, food trucks and a beer garden.
Tailgating packages are also available for the event and can be purchased at musicandmiracles.com
Merchandise is also available for purchase at musicandmiracles.com
“Our vision for the Music & Miracles Superfest is to make history, to make music, and to make miracles. And from the initial concept, we hoped that Kenny would accept our invitation and share our passion. The fact that he committed immediately after hearing about our big dreams showed us that not only is Kenny one of the most successful entertainers of our time, but his heart is as big as his star power,” not Kevin and Stacy Brown, founders of CSCF.
“There is something about college football that inspires me,” Kenny Chesney says. “There is so much heart, so much dignity to playing for the honor of your school. There are, obviously, a lot of good times and great memories made at the games, and those guys on the teams play all out in ways most people don’t realize. Every time I get to play somewhere with the kind of history Auburn has, it pushes me a little harder to really raise the bar. And the mission and heart behind Music & Miracles raises that bar higher still.”
“We are excited that the Music & Miracles Superfest, organized and presented by the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation, will be the first concert ever in Jordan-Hare Stadium,” said Jay Jacobs, athletic director for Auburn University.
“I purchased my tickets the day they came out. I am so excited for the event and love that the proceeds benefit such worthy causes,” said Anna Rogers, Auburn University Student.
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