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Thursday, March 25, 2021 – Brantley Gilbert will go on a trail ride with 500 of his biggest fans.

Gilbert will do the ride with 500 fans on Saturday, April 17. He will participate in three separate trail rides at Brimstone Recreation in Huntsville, Tenn., followed by a live show presented by Whiskey Jam.

Entry tickets for $50 per person with all proceeds supporting ACM Lifting Lives, the philanthropic arm of The Academy of Country Music, going directly to their COVID-19 Response Fund. Tickets are available. Entry tickets do not include the $28 Brimstone Recreation trail pass required to participate.

"I wanted to come up with a way to give back during this difficult time in our industry, and I also wanted to give folks something safe and fun to look forward to," said Gilbert. "All my fans know I'm a bit of an enthusiast when it comes to cars, bikes and off-road vehicles, so a trail ride in the great outdoors is the perfect adventure.

"I'm so grateful for our partners who have come aboard to help us make this a meaningful event for ACM Lifting Lives," he said. "They've done so much since the start of this pandemic, and we wanted to help them support even more folks until we can all get back on the road."

The fund has distributed $3.5 million since its inception.


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