Jake Owen finished his Days of Gold 2014 Tour with a sold-out stop in his hometown of Vero Beach, Fla., celebrating the end of his time on the road this year and raising money for charity in one fell swoop.

The event, held at Holman Stadium, raised over $200,000 for the Jake Owen Foundation, which supports children's charities like the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Autism Speaks and the Mardy Fish Foundation. Owen hosts the benefit concert in Vero Beach annually. Last year's event brought in $125,000 for the foundation. More information about the organization can be found here.

The Eli Young Band, Parmalee the Cadillac Three and Thomas Rhett joined Owen throughout the Days of Gold Tour, which hit over 75 cities and 650,000 fans.

Owen recently released the lyric video for his latest single, 'What We Ain't Got,' which he wrote with his best friend, songwriter Travis Meadows.

“There’s a line that goes, ‘I wanted the world ’til my whole world stopped,’” Owen says. “I know what he meant by that. I have to be careful to not want too much out of this world and lose my own."

And the singer-songwriter already has 2015 plans in the works. Owen will join labelmate Kenny Chesney's Big Revival Tour for select dates next summer.