ACM Lifting Lives announces concerts
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
– ACM Lifting Lives announced today nationwide ACM Lifting Lives Club Shows in January and February with Jordan Davis, Ryan Hurd and Midland.
The venues - Billy Bob's (Fort Worth, TX), Joe's Live (Rosemont, Ill.), and Joe's on Weed Street (Chicago) - agreed to donate a portion of each ticket sold at these performances to ACM Lifting Lives, with the money raised earmarked to help fund organizations that are improving lives through the power of music.
The philanthropic arm of the Academy of Country Music, ACM Lifting Lives Funds have gone to national music therapy programs serving various mental and physical health organizations, patients at children's hospitals and other healthcare facilities, recovering veterans, people with Williams syndrome and individuals suffering with mental illness.
While the tour will continue throughout the 2020 calendar year with more concert announcements forthcoming, fans who purchase tickets between today and Feb. 29, 2020 to any of the shows listed, will be entered to win a pair of tickets to the 55th Academy of Country Music Awards on April 5.
The shows are:
Jan. 11, 2020 Joe's Live (Rosemont, IL) Jordan Davis
Feb. 27-28, 2020 Joe's on Weed St. (Chicago, IL) Ryan Hurd *
Feb. 28-29, 2020 Billy Bob's (Fort Worth, TX) Midland
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- 05/20/19: ACM announces early winners
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- 04/02/19: Bryan, Shelton, Urban, Old Dominion added to ACM live performances
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