Florida Georgia Line is helping to feed the hungry. The duo has been tapped to headline the 10th annual Stars for Second Harvest benefit concert, marking their third time leading the lineup at the event.
Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley says he and Tyler Hubbard have "always wanted to make it bigger than the music," so they consider it an honor to be able to help those in their community who are going without. Hubbard adds that he hopes their show will "raise a lot of money for such a great cause." The fundraiser supports the Nashville-based Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. The event will take place at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on June 3rd.
Songwriter Craig Wiseman is behind the annual acoustic show. Over the past decade the benefit has generated more than 600-thousand-dollars for Second Harvest. Last year's event, which also included a live auction, brought in $100,000.
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