Jason Aldean Sets Cancer Benefit

Jason Aldean will host his annual Jason Aldean: Concert for the Cure, June 12, at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville during CMA Music Festival.

The concert will benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure for breast cancer. The show is set to begin following Jason's CMA Music Festival performance at LP Field that evening. Breast cancer touched Jason personally when a close family friend, Melissa, passed away from the disease at only 26 years old. "I promise to make it the most rocking late night gig in downtown Nashville," says Jason, "and I hope people will come out to support this cause and help me remember Melissa." Tickets for the show go on sale to the public beginning Saturday, May 2, and are available through jasonaldean.com and Ticketmaster locations.  

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