Tickets On Sale Now For The 10th Annual ‘Stars For Second Harvest’ Benefit Concert Held During CMA Fest Week



Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee is excited to announce the 10th Annual Stars For Second Harvest benefit concert at the historic Ryman Auditorium! The event will take place the week of CMA Music Festival, on Tuesday, June 3 at 7:30 pm


Presented by O’Charley’s and hosted by acclaimed hit songwriter Craig Wiseman, the show will feature unplugged acoustic style performances by some of country music’s most acclaimed songwriters and performers. Last year’s benefit concert and live auction held at the Ryman Auditorium raised $100,000 allowing Second Harvest Food Bank to provide 400,000 meals to the hungry in Middle Tennessee. Over the last decade the show has succeeded in raising $611,032.

““Stars for Second Harvest is one of my favorite events each year,” said Craig Wiseman. “I am honored to be part of such a tremendous benefit in helping to raise awareness for the hungry in Middle Tennessee. We are proud to welcome O’Charley’s as our presenter for the 10th straight year. Their significant contributions and support have not only made this event possible, but have also provided 980,000 meals in the process. My hope this year is to reach $250,000 in sales for our 10th anniversary.”

Mickey Mills, President of O’Charleys states, “We are proud to partner with Second Harvest and Craig Wiseman again for a meaningful night of music and goodwill. O’Charley’s has called Nashville home for more than 40 years and we believe in giving back to our community and taking care of our own, giving back through great events such as this is an honor.”


Concert tickets are on-sale starting today. Preferred VIP seating tickets ($50.00) are available through Second Harvest online or by phone at 615-329-3491. General Admission tickets are available through Ticketmaster for $35.00 plus applicable service charges via the Ryman box office online or by phone at 800-745-3000.


Proceeds from the concert benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee in their efforts to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community.



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