Alan Sells Front-Row Tix to Help Victims of Wildfires

Fans pony up several thousand dollars for the tix, and that will go to the Colorado Wildfire Relief Fund.

Alan Jackson offered front-row reserved seats at a special premium price for his show Thursday night (June 28) at a famous Colorado amphitheater to help victims of the nearby wildfires that have destroyed thousands of homes.

"It's just the saddest thing," Alan told the crowd at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, Colo. "I'm just heartbroke about all the fires out here.

"We really appreciate all the great people that have been helping them out," Alan said.

And that includes fans who paid "several thousand dollars" for front-row seats for the show, buying tickets sold the day before by Denver radio station KYGO.

"They sold some of the seats down here on a special deal to try and raise some money to help fight that battle," Alan told the crowd. "Whoever bought those, that was mighty nice of y'all and I really appreciate it." 
 
The money will go to the Colorado Wildfire Relief Fund, and Alan encouraged his fans to continue to donate money to help fire victims in Colorado.

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