Hunter Hayes is set to play a free concert in downtown Nashville to kick off the week leading up the 2014 CMA Awards.

The event will take place Nov. 3 as part of the USO's Every Moment Counts campaign. The street party will pay tribute to Sergeant First Class Tyler Arnold, who has been deployed six times, including trips to Iraq and Afghanistan. Service members from nearby Fort Campbell will also be in attendance.

Hayes has performed at two previous USO events with Every Moment Counts since the campaign began almost a year ago. He is integrating troop involvement while on his Tattoo (Your Name) Tour by recognizing service members, inviting troops and their families and utilizing glowing wristbands together with Every Moment Counts during the show.

Dan + Shay and the Railers are joining Hayes on his tour and will also be part of the Nov. 3 show in Nashville. The show will begin at 10:30PM CT outside of Bridgestone Arena.