More Than 16,000 Tickets Sold to Benefit Tornado Relief Efforts in His Hometown of Newnan, Georgia
Donation Opportunities to Assist Those Impacted Continue
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 21, 2021) – Tickets for Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Featuring Alan Jackson have sold out, organizers have announced. Capacity for the June 26 at the Coweta County Fairgrounds in Newnan, Georgia was reached within hours of the event going on sale Friday morning (May 21).
Jackson is headlining the event in his hometown to assist those impacted by an EF-4 tornado that ripped through Newnan in March. Proceeds from Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Featuring Alan Jackson will benefit the Coweta Community Foundation’s Tornado Relief Fund. Despite the event’s sellout, donation opportunities remain and can be made to the fund via the Foundation’s website.
The June 26 concert headlined by Jackson finds the Country Music Hall of Fame member joined by multi-platinum entertainer Chris Young, singer-songwriter-producer Caylee Hammack, singer-songwriter Adam Wright and country artist Brian Wright, the latter two both – like Jackson – Newnan natives.
Cornerstone Building Brands is the presenting sponsor of Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Featuring Alan Jackson. The event is driven by Southtowne Chevrolet. Additional details are available at AlanJacksonBenefit.com.