Grand Ole Opry member and Country music legend Charlie Daniels has announced that Montgomery Gentry, Jake Owen, and Sawyer Brown will join him at The 2010 Charlie Daniels Band & Friends Concert to benefit Christmas 4 Kids, (a division of Christmas For Kids, Inc).

Christmas 4 Kids is a not-for-profit organization that has been in existence for over 25 years providing many children, each year, with their very own shopping spree. The funds generated by the concert, and the Tour Bus Show/Artist Meet and Greet event are used to give children from 29 different schools, a total of more than 400 children, a day-long shopping excursion.  The special day consists of a chauffeured trip from their school aboard an entertainer’s luxury tour bus, lunch, and a party hosted by Santa and Mrs. Claus at College Heights Baptist Church, and finally a trip to the Hendersonville, Tennessee, Walmart where they receive $150.00 to spend on anything they want and also receive a brand new Tennessee Titan’s Starter jacket.

Tier One $60.00 Tickets to Members of Artist’s Fan Clubsare available through Christmas 4 Kids beginning September 1, 2010 online at www.christmas4kids.org

All reserved seating, both Tier One $60.00 and Tier Two $30.00, are available through Christmas 4 Kids beginning September 15, 2010.

Any remaining reserved seating, Tier Two $30.00 only, will be available through TicketMaster beginning October 25, 2010.

This concert is sponsored in part by 95.5 The Wolf, Bob Parks Realty (Sumner County office), and coach manufacturer, Prevost Car, Inc.

The Annual Tour Bus Show/Artist Meet and Greet event will take place on Monday, December 13th in Hendersonville, TN.  The shopping excursion takes place on Tuesday, December 14th. For more information on how you can volunteer to help chaperone one of these special children, visit www.Christmas4kids.org.

Listing Information:
Charlie Daniels & Friends Charity Concert
Featuring The Charlie Daniels Band, Montgomery Gentry, Jake Owen & Sawyer Brown
A benefit for Christmas 4 Kids
Monday, November 22nd  / 7:00 PM / Ryman Auditorium  /  Nashville, TN

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