Zac Brown to Help John Mayer Thank Montana Firefighters

ZAC COURTESY CMT; JOHN COURTESY CMA

Firefighters save homes every day—but it's not every day one of those homes belongs to a pop star.

John Mayer is putting on a thank-you show with friends Zac Brown and Clay Cook from the Zac Brown Band Jan. 16 in Bozeman, Mont., near the town of Livingston. John owns a house in the town that was saved by firefighters back in August during the Pine Creek Fire. That blaze destroyed more than 8,500 acres of forest and farmland, but only five houses were destroyed and no lives were lost.

John credits the efforts of hundreds of local fire and rescue companies, and that's who will benefit from the show.

Additionally, a limited number of premium seats are available for $1,000 a ticket, which will get the purchaser a meet-and-greet with Zac and John before the show.

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