Country artist Ty Herndon has partnered with CMT and the ACM charitable leg, ACM Lifting Lives, for the annual 2020 Concert for Love & Acceptance. The show taking place on Tuesday (6/30) will be hosted online due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
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#bigannouncement Today, I’m launching my Foundation For Love & Acceptance and announcing the Concert For Love & Acceptance with our partners at ACM Lifting Lives, @CMT, and @GLAAD. It’ll be an online event this year due to COVID, and I’m so excited that @Kristin Chenoweth will be joining @Cody Alan and me to co-host. @Tanya Tucker will be kicking off the online streaming show at 8 p.m. ET on June 30. Check it out here: www.F4LA.org/concert
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“Now more than ever, it’s important that young LGBTQ people see the artists and musicians they love standing up for them,” Herndon stated in a press release.
Alan, who has co-hosted the event for the last four years, added, “This event has become one of the most meaningful events of the year for me, not only for the vital causes the show supports, but also because of the generosity of the talent who support the inclusion in the country community.”
Fans can view the concert on YouTube, Facebook, and on the website, www.F4LA.org/concert.