Alan Jackson to Help Small Town Get Its Auditorium Back

"Alan Jackson: Music for Mineral" puts the country superstar in a high school parking lot.

Forget the arenas and stadiums—Alan Jackson is set to play a high school parking lot on May 20. And it's all because Alan wants to help out the small-town Southern man, and woman, of course.
 
Alan's show will take place outside Louisa County High School, in Mineral, Va., population 490. That school was severely damaged and shut down last year after a rare East Coast earthquake struck.
 
Money raised from the show will go specifically toward rebuilding the school's auditorium, which the community had used for all sorts of events. The tickets for Alan Jackson: Music for Mineral are $42 to $100 and they are on sale now.
 
The Alan Jackson Charity Golf Classic will be held the day prior.

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