Keith Urban announces date for postponed benefit concert

Keith Urban announces date for postponed benefit concert (Image 1)
Keith Urban announces date for postponed benefit concert (Image 1)

Country superstar Keith Urban announced on Monday afternoon the postponed “All for the Hall” benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been rescheduled.

The show, which will feature Vince Gill, Alabama, Alison Krauss & Union Station, The Band Perry, Little Big Town and Thompson Square among others, will be held on Tuesday, April 10 at the Bridgestone Arena.

Tickets to the show, which are $25 and $35, go on sale on January 27 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

A limited number of VIP ticket packages will also be available.  

“My goal for the concert is really the same as the halls, to help country fans connect the dots – to find out where their music came from, how it's evolved and is still evolving and to discover the artists that have influenced their favorite artists,” Urban said in a release.

He continued, “Country music is like a big beautiful strange family tree and nowhere is that more honored than at the Country Music Hall Of Fame and Museum.”

Urban was previously forced to reschedule the third annual benefit show, which was scheduled for January 18, after having a polyp removed from his vocal cord late last year.  

The annual benefit shows have raised around $1 million for the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Read more online at KeithUrban.net.

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