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Wynonna, Jeff Foxworthy and More Added to Randy Travis Tribute

A portion of the proceeds from the tickets sold for the tribute will benefit the Randy Travis Foundation, which raises awareness and funds in order to research stroke conditions and rehabilitation.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Wynonna, Jeff Foxworthy and More Added to Randy Travis Tribute
Randy Travis, Photo by Robert Tractenberg

And to think there weren’t enough stars added to this tribute’s lineup already, the event added a handful more country icons and artists to make the night a true party.

Joining the already star-studded lineup for the 1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time.: A Heroes & Friends Tribute to Randy Travis includes Wynonna, Jeff Foxworthy, Alison Krauss, Ben Haggard, Neal McCoy and Phil Vassar. All of the guests are set to make grand appearances at the concert event to honor the country legend.

“Randy and Mary Travis and I are extremely overwhelmed with the artists that are lending their talents for this special night. Once they found out that Randy needed help to fund the Randy Travis Foundation everyone started calling. Funds going into the foundation will help fund numerous stroke research and rehabilitation programs. This will only be one night, one time, and one place and will never happen again. Almost 30 artists have confirmed so far. They will perform with Randy’s band as well as join Randy in his first public performance since his life-altering stroke. We are prepared for there not to be a dry eye in the house,” said producer of the event and Travis’ manager, Tony Conway in a press release recently.

Also included to stop by throughout the night and make performances are Alabama, Rodney Atkins, Kane Brown, James Dupre, Montgomery Gentry, Chris Janson, Jamey Johnson, Scotty McCreery, Joe Nichols, Michael Ray, Collin Raye, Ricky Skaggs, Kenny Rogers, Michael W. Smith, The Bellamy Brothers, The Randy Travis Band, Ricky Traywick, Travis Tritt, Tanya Tucker and Josh Turner.

A portion of the proceeds from the tickets sold for the tribute will benefit the Randy Travis Foundation, which raises awareness and funds in order to research stroke conditions and rehabilitation for those who fall victim to the medical emergency.

Tickets are on sale now and fans can purchase a chance to come to the huge event by heading over to the Bridgestone Arena’s website for more prices and more details.