ACM Shares 2017 Party for a Cause Plans
Who's ready for a trip to Las Vegas? The Academy of Country Music has shared its plans for the 2017 Party for a Cause.
From March 30 through April 2, Las Vegas is going country. According to a press release, the 2017 Party for a Cause will be made up of both industry and fan events taking place throughout Sin City, including at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Each event will feature a performance; some of the artists already set to play at various events include Kelsea Ballerini, Billy Currington, Ryan Follese, Lady Antebellum, LoCash, Kip Moore, Jake Owen, Chris Stapleton, Michael Tyler, Clay Walker and Brett Young.
"ACM fans have demanded more events, more artist engagement, more variety. Some of our fans clearly like the more intimate environments
ACM Lifting Lives, the Academy's charity arm, will receive money from the 2017 Party for a Cause events to help with their work in improving people's lives through music.
"This year, we’re going back to our roots with the evolution of ACM Party for a Cause events taking place throughout Las Vegas, all benefiting ACM Lifting Lives and the good work of the many worthy organizations Lifting Lives supports through grants and more,” adds Ed Warm, chairman of ACM Lifting Lives and co-chairman of the ACM Events Committee, in a press release. “It feels good to align all of our auxiliary events surrounding the ACM Awards with a philanthropic purpose the fans have always embraced.”
PartyForACause.com has an up-to-date list of 2017 Party for a Cause events, as well as details on tickets and more. The 2017 ACM Awards are set to take place in Las Vegas, Nev., on April 2, and air live on CBS beginning at 8PM ET. For the first time ever, the show will take place at T-Mobile Arena; this year's hosts have yet to be announced.
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