Thomas Rhett will bring his latest album CENTER POINT ROAD to Bridgestone Arena on Saturday, June 8 during CMA Fest where fans are invited to an up-close-and-personal set from the singer/songwriter revealing stories behind the new music, while also delivering the smash hits and fan-favorites.
The sold-out show will feature a one-time-only, stripped-down performance in the round. In addition, Rhett has invited students from Ravenwood High School marching band to attend the event; the band previously performed “Life Changes” on stage with Thomas Rhett at the CMA Awards last November.
“Look What God Gave Her” a single from the album has already earned the highest chart debut of Thomas Rhett’s career bringing his number one tally to 12. Rhett was named country radio’s most played artist of 2018, following a CMA Triple Play award for penning three No. One songs within a 12-month period. For more information on new music and upcoming tour dates, visit ThomasRhett.com.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Music Education through the CMA Foundation.
About the CMA Foundation
Established in 2011 as the philanthropic arm of the Country Music Association (CMA), the CMA Foundation is committed to improving and sustaining high-quality music education programs across the United States, working to ensure every child has the opportunity to participate in music education. Through strategic partnerships, professional development and grant distribution, the CMA Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), has invested more than $25 million across the national public school system, after school programs, summer camps and community outreach organizations. Guided by the generosity of the Country Music community, proceeds from CMA Fest, the four-day long music festival held annually in Nashville, are used to power the CMA Foundation’s social impact and unique model of giving.