Stapleton, Yoakam, Childers join Kentucky Rising concert benefit
Monday, September 12, 2022
– "Kentucky Rising," a special one-night-only benefit concert featuring Chris Stapleton, Dwight Yoakam and Tyler Childers, will be held at Lexington's Rupp Arena on Oct. 11.
The event was organized in response to the devastating flooding in the area earlier this summer.
Tickets go on-sale this Friday, Sept. 16. All net proceeds from the concert will benefit the "Kentucky Rising Fund" to support flood relief work and recovery efforts in eastern Kentucky, including support for the many victims, their families and first responders. Under guidance from the Blue Grass Community Foundation, the "Kentucky Rising Fund" will strategically support both immediate needs and long-term recovery projects as they emerge.
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