Chris Young to raise funds for Nashville School of the Arts

Posted Mar 24, 2014 by Markos Papadatos
Country singer Chris Young is having his annual fan club party on June 5 in Nashville, Tennessee, a few days shy of his 29th birthday.
Country singer Chris Young
Country singer Chris Young
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This celebration is in its 13th year and it will take place on a boat, where he will perform with a full band and hold his meet and greet opportunities with his fans. A ticket for this event will include a reserved seat, dinner buffet, as well as a gift; moreover, students from the Nashville School of the Arts will be providing entertainment during the cruise and they will serve as the opening act.
The Chris Young Fan Club has supported such organizations as the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Susan G. Komen and Stars for Stripes. Its goal is to continue its charitable mission to raise $30,000 for the Nashville School of the Arts, which will aid in the updating and upgrading of their school auditorium.
The Nashville School for the Arts is the sole arts magnet high school within Metro Nashville Public Schools, that offers its students the "rare combination of rigorous, college preparatory curriculum instructed with intensely focused instruction in the performing or visual arts," according to its mission statement.
Young has a new single out entitled "Who I Am With You" from his latest studio album A.M. He will be touring with country king George Strait on select dates in April, prior to hitting the road with country star Dierks Bentley on his "Riser" tour in May.
To learn more about country star Chris Young, check out his official website.