Second annual Breland & Friends concert will livestream

One night only Ryman concert event benefits Nashville’s Oasis Center

Breland’s second annual benefit concert, Breland & Friends, will stream live via Mandolin on April 4th from the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Presented by Amazon, the one night only event benefits Nashville’s Oasis Center and their mission to aid local at-risk youth.

Teaming up with Mandolin, Pay What You Want tickets for the livestream are on sale now via Mandolin.

Special guests Lecrae and Tyler Hubbard will join the stacked lineup previously announced which includes Alana Springsteen, Ashley Cooke, Danielle Bradbery, Gary Levox, Ingrid Andress, K. Michelle, Nate Smith, Temecula Road, Tenille Townes, and X Ambassadors.

Touring in support of his debut album Cross Country featuring chart-rising single “For What It’s Worth,” Breland recently returned from C2C Country to Country festival in London, UK. He’ll now join Walker Hayes’ Duck Buck Tour and Shania Twain’s Queen of Me Tour this summer, with high-profile festival stops including Stagecoach Country Music Festival, Gulf Coast Jam, Country Fest, and Boots and Hearts Music Festival.

Oasis Center, one of Nashville’s leading youth-serving organizations, provides a wide range of services that reflect the diverse needs of youth and their families. Oasis’ spectrum of support includes crisis to housing services that help youth who are homeless, have run away, or are experiencing familial crises to gain long-term safety, stability and self-sufficiency; and action, advocacy, and education programs comprised of over 10 school-based and out-of-school time programs dedicated to empowering young people to be catalysts for social change and achieve personal and academic success. Oasis Center began in 1969 as a drop-in center for young people in crisis, offering safety and intervention to Nashville’s most vulnerable youth. It now provides hope, healing and support to over 4,000 youth and their families per year.

Buddy Iahn
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