Jason Aldean Launches Special Campaign For Susan G. Komen  

Jason Aldean continues to raise money for breast cancer research through an Omaze campaign benefiting Susan G. Komen.

Jason Aldean Launches Special Campaign For Susan G. Komen  
Jason Aldean; Photo by Rick Diamond/Country Rising/Getty Images

Jason Aldean continues to throw his support behind Susan G. Komen’s mission to end breast cancer, and he’s put together a special campaign to help the cause.

Aldean recently announced that his new venue, Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, is set to open on Broadway in downtown Nashville in June, and he’s calling on fans to donate to the breast cancer philanthropy through his Omaze campaign, as one winner will be selected to dine with him at his new eatery.

“I’m inviting you to be a guest of honor at my new restaurant and bar in Nashville, Tenn. I’ll fly you and friend out to Music City, put you up in a four star hotel and bring you over to the restaurant where we’ll have dinner and a few drinks together,” he details in a video announcing the campaign.

In addition to dining with the country superstar, the winner will also have the opportunity to let their imagination fly and come up with a creative cocktail that will become a part of the establishment’s menu and named after the winner. There are multiple donation options available for fans to score a certain amount of entries, with $10 equating 100 entries, $25 notching 250 entries, $50 tallying 1,000 entries and so forth. The contest runs now through July 3.

The “Any ‘Ol Barstool” singer has been a longtime supporter of the cancer-fighting organization, raising more than $3.4 million through his Concert For the Cure benefit show, donating portions of his ticket sales to the cause and more.

Aldean’s latest album, Rearview Town, was released in April of 2018, reaching the top of the Billboard Top Country Albums and Independent Albums charts, along with the multi-genre Billboard 200. He continues on the High Noon Neon Tour with Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs through September.