Thomas Rhett is getting ready to give back. The country star will host his first-ever Thomas Rhett & Friends charity concert in October.

Set for Oct. 4 at the Old School in Nashville, the 2016 Thomas Rhett & Friends charity concert will benefit 147 Million Orphans. The non-profit organization was established in 2009 and aims to "provide food, water, medicine, shelter and education to vulnerable children in the name of Jesus, so that they may thrive through sustainable care," according to a press release.

“If anyone follows my wife Lauren or me on social media, they probably already know how important 147 is to us,” Rhett says in the release. “We’re getting asked all the time by friends and fans about what they can do to help, so we wanted to put something together to help support all the work 147 is doing for orphans around the world."

In addition to Rhett himself, the 2016 Thomas Rhett & Friends show will also feature Dierks Bentley, Walker Hayes and Shane McAnally, as well as additional guest songwriters and artists to be announced (and Rhett says he's "looking forward to a couple other surprises we’re working on for the night"). Those in attendance at the show will enjoy a farm-to-table dining experience and cocktails, limited-edition merchandise and after-party s'mores roast.

More information about Thomas Rhett & Friends can be found on Rhett's official website.

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