Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell to Aid South Georgia Residents with Benefit Concert

The show will raise money for The Heart of South Georgia Fund.

Written by Hannah Rines
Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell to Aid South Georgia Residents with Benefit Concert
Luke Bryan and Cole Swindell; Photos By Chris Hollo

There’s nothing like the loyal bond that connects the country music community. As natural disasters have struck their beloved home state, Georgia native artists like Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, and more are ready to gear up and help in the best way they know how: a benefit concert.

Proceeds raised from the show will be donated to The Heart of South Georgia Fund of The Community Foundation of South Georgia to help support natural disaster relief along with helping to combat issues in the local community as well.

“My hometown is more than a place for me.  It is a way of life,” shared Bryan in a press release. “Growing up in South Georgia has had such an impact on me in so many ways and I’m so glad that this group of amazing artists and writers are able to come back home and help those who have been hit by such devastation over the past couple of years.”

“When I was asked to be a part of this event I didn’t hesitate,” added Swindell. “Even though I get to travel the country doing what I love day after day there is nothing that gives me a sense of recharging than coming back home to South Georgia and being around the people who helped get me here. Being able to give back in some small way means the world to me.”

The Heart of South Georgia show will be held October 3 at the Exchange Club of Albany in Albany, Georgia. You can buy tickets here.