SELL OUT ALERT! LESS THAN 50 TICKETS REMAIN!
Dolly Parton to Perform First Concert since 2016's Pure & Simple Tour at Inaugural 'Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye: A Benefit for the Susan G. Komen Foundation'
Presented by 3rd Eye Hi, The Joseph Family Foundation and The Pam Goodwin Show, Parton joins Artimus Pyle Band, Collin Raye, Dennis Quaid, LOCASH, Todd & Julie Chrisley for Special Evening
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NASHVILLE, TN (October 22, 2021) – Less than 50 tickets remain for the Inaugural Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye Benefit Concert and VIP Cocktail Hour – to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation – taking place this Sunday, October 24, 2021 at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Dolly Parton, headlining the event, will perform an hour of her hits, taking the audience on a journey through the international icon's incredible career accompanied by her longtime musical director and producer, Kent Wells, on guitar.
This will be Parton’s first concert since her 2016 Pure & Simple Tour.
“I am thrilled to be performing some of my greatest hits with my friend Kent for such a worthy cause,” Parton shares. “Breast cancer has touched every single one of us in some capacity, so I am thankful for Donna Wells asking me to be part of this event. I hope we can raise some good money and help fight this horrible disease, so bring your checkbooks.”
The evening is being presented by 3rd Eye Hi, The Joseph Family Foundation, and The Pam Goodwin Show. Along with Parton, musical entertainment will be provided by Artimus Pyle Band, Linda Davis, Collin Raye, Dennis Quaid, and LOCASH, with Todd & Julie Chrisley as special guests through the evening.
Promotional partner, iHeartMedia, will be covering the exciting highlights planned for the benefit.
Doors will open for VIP ticket holders at 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. for regular ticket holders. Event attendees can shop luxury vendors from around the country before the event begins. VIP tickets include an exclusive cocktail hour, silent auction, passed hors d’oeuvres, and an open bar from 6-7 p.m.
“We are incredibly grateful to everyone involved in Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye and cannot wait for this fantastic show,” said Paula Schneider, President and CEO of Susan G. Komen and a breast cancer survivor. “Funds raised by this event will help us accelerate the pace of progress and ensure that everyone living with breast cancer today can get the care they need. Together, we can ensure that no one faces this disease alone.”
The Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye Benefit Concert will showcase a glimpse of Nashville’s greatest upcoming talent and world-renowned headliners. Come in your finest black tie, blue jean attire! Guests will listen to testimonials from breast cancer survivors, speak with professionals in the health and wellness industry, and hear from the writers behind the hit song, “Pink.”
To purchase tickets, explore sponsorship opportunities, and learn how you can "Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye," visit http://
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