Bentley rides for Chicago
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
– Dierks Bentley announced today that he will take his Miles & Music for Kids charity motorcycle ride and concert to Chicago on Oct. 9.
Over the series' six-year history, Bentley has raised more than $1.6 million for Children's Miracle Network hospitals and plans to donate the upcoming proceeds to Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital.
After a ride that ends at Joe's Bar, Bentley will play a jam-style concert featuring Bentley and friends Eli Young Band, Jerrod Niemann and others.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, Aug 26 at www.dierks.com. Tickets for the ride and concert are $40, or those looking to attend the concert only can purchase tickets for $20. Special VIP packages are also available.
In 2009, Bentley joined forces with Nationwide Insurance, CMT ONE COUNTRY and the Children's Miracle Network to take the benefit on the road and has since visited five cities in addition to his annual Nashville event.
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