Easton Corbin to Headline “Country Weekly” Kick-Off Party

Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates and Chris Janson also on the June 4 bill.

It'll be a night for young country when Easton Corbin headlines Country Weekly's Kick-Off Party on Tuesday, June 4, at the Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Nashville. Rising stars Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates and Chris Janson are also on the bill for CW's annual event, which marks the start of CMA Music Festival. 

But it's not just a night of high-energy performances—the evening also benefits the charity Musicians On Call, a non-profit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities.

Tickets range from $30 for general admission up to $500 for a VIP table for four including a meet-and-greet with the artists. To purchase tickets and learn more about other pricing options, click here.

In addition to a pair of No. 1 singles, “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It,” country traditionalist Easton has had hits with “Lovin’ You Is Fun” and current single “All Over the Road.” Dustin Lynch's self-titled debut, containing the radio staples “Cowboys and Angels” and “She Cranks My Tractor,” reached No. 1 on the country albums chart upon its release. Greg Bates scored a Top 5 hit with debut single “Did It for the Girl” and currently has “Fill in the Blank” rising on the charts, while upstart Chris Janson is wowing crowds with his energetic live show and raucous anthem “Better I Don’t.”

The party, sponsored by Boot Barn, Durango and Roper, begins at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m. Visit the Musicians On Call website for more.

We at Country Weekly hope to see you all there!

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