Morgan Wallen is set to headline an ACM Lifting Lives benefit concert on Wednesday, May 10.
The all-star benefit concert, titled “ACM Lifting Lives LIVE: Morgan Wallen & Friends,” will take place on the golfing green at Topgolf The Colony, a day ahead of the 58th annual ACM Awards show, set to be held at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas.
Reigning ACM new female artist and song of the year winner Lainey Wilson, “Rock and a Hard Place” hitmaker Bailey Zimmerman, and Big Loud Records label’s Hardy and Ernest, will be joining Wallen at the benefit concert. DJ 12lackbeard is set to appear as well.
“ACM Lifting Lives does great work providing aid in times of need to folks inside and outside of the music industry,” Wallen said in a statement. “My band and I are excited to help them raise funds to continue doing this amazing work.”
“The support of Country Music artists and the industry as a whole are who make the impactful work of ACM Lifting Lives possible,” added ACM Lifting Lives Executive Director Lyndsay Cruz. “We are so thankful to Morgan, HARDY, Lainey, ERNEST, Bailey and DJ 13lackbeard for volunteering their time to help us raise money and awareness, and we know music fans in Texas will be blown away by this all-star lineup!”
ACM Lifting Lives, which has distributed more than $4 million to date through its Covid Relief Fund, provides critical support through the Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund, provides support to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, Music Health Alliance, and the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, and also gives individual grants to organizations that reach communities all across America.
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