Multi-platinum selling country star Clay Walker will host his 8th annual Chords of Hope benefit concert at 7:30 p.m. on June 6th in Nashville at 3rd & Lindsley. The concert, which happens to take place during the week of the CMA Music Festival in Music City, will be hosted in partnership with Walker’s charity, Band Against MS (BAMS).
“This is our 8th year putting together Chords of Hope and every year the event and even the fans who come out and support keep getting better,” Walker shared in a press release.
Through donations to the MS Center at Vanderbilt and to BAMS, the night will help raise money to fund research, education, and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. To date, Chords of Hope has raised more than $200,000 for the MS Center at Vanderbilt Medical Center alone.
“The amount of money that continues to get raised to help support research and education through BAMS and the MS Center at Vanderbilt is incredible,” said Walker. “This night is truly a special one for me and for Music City!”
Band Against MS was founded by Walker in 2003 with the hope of helping others living with the same disease that he has been battling since 1996. BAMS has raised more than $4.5 million to date.
The event, which will be presented by Teva and BAMS and sponsored by Pinnacle, will also feature surprise performances throughout the night. Past performers include Joe Nichols, Montgomery Gentry, Dustin Lynch, and Craig Campbell.
Fans can purchase tickets HERE.