The War and Treaty, Patty Loveless, Riley Green added to 2023 All for the Hall

The event takes place on December 5th in Nashville

The eighth annual All for the Hall benefit concert hosted by Keith Urban and Vince Gill promises a night like no other. The show, to take place on Tuesday, December 5th at the Bridgestone Arena will now feature a star-studded lineup that includes Trisha Yearwood, Brooks & Dunn, Kelsea Ballerini, Hardy, Patty Loveless, The War And Treaty, Riley Green, Mickey Guyton, Stewarts Creek High School Senior Abigail Sowards and surprise guests.

These additions come as Dierks Bentley and Jordan Davis are forced to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances.

This year’s All for the Hall benefit show, themed “The Song Remembers When,” will feature artists performing a song that defines a memorable moment in their life, in addition to one of their own hits. This is Urban’s eighth All for the Hall Nashville concert. Collectively, it has raised $4.3 million in support of the nonprofit museum and its educational programs.

Tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster along with VIP ticketing packages, which include premium seating and meet-and-greet opportunities.

The evening will also feature an original song from the museum’s flagship education program, Words & Music, which pairs students with professional songwriters to teach lyric writing and language arts through music. With the support of professional songwriter Paulina Jayne, Abigail Sowards, a senior from Stewarts Creek High School, will perform her song, “These Moments,” alongside her fellow classmates John Dechira and David Guydon. Sowards’ song is about cherishing day-to-day moments with her family before she leaves home after high school.

The 2023 All for the Hall concert is presented by City National Bank and produced by Live Nation. Contributing sponsors include the Academy of Country Music, Cook Out, Country Music Association, Friends of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Maggie and Chris Stewart and the Willard & Pat Walker Charitable Foundation.

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