Jason Aldean’s 7th Annual Concert For The Cure Announced
Country superstar Jason Aldean has announced plans to hold his seventh annual Concert for the Cure at his Dallas, Texas tour stop next month. It’s the final concert of his 2012 “My Kinda Party” tour, and he’s asking his fans to help him raise money for Susan G. Komen For The Cure’s Dallas affiliates. The cause is close to Jason’s heart as he lost a friend to breast cancer. The concert will take place on October 27th at Dallas’ Gexa Energy Pavilion. The show has already been sold-out with more than 20,000 tickets sold.
“This is one of the nights I look forward to most every year. I’m really proud of the money we’ve raised so far, and it feels great to be able to honor our friend who passed away at such an early age from breast cancer. Everyone has been affected by this disease at some point, and I want to do my part to help find a cure before my daughters grow up. I know Dallas is ready to help us!”J
Jason is gearing up for the release of his brand new 15-track album “Night Train” on October 16th. It’s the fifth studio album for the Broken Bow Records artist. Will you be picking it up when it hits stores?
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