Hunter Hayes is kicking off CMA Week with a free concert this Monday night outside Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The show is part of the USO’s Every Moment Counts campaign.
Hunter will help pay tribute to Sergeant First Class Tyler Arnold and his family during his set. Arnold has been deployed six times including stops in Iraq and Afghanistan, which means he’s missed quite a few “moments” with his wife and two young daughters. The USO hopes this concert can help create a special memory for them all to share.
Several servicemen and women from Fort Campbell near Nashville will be on hand for Hunter’s Monday night concert, too. Dan + Shay and new group The Railers will also perform.
Hunter Hayes is also incorporating the USO’s Every Moment Counts campaign into his Tattoo (Your Name) Tour, where invited troops and their families will be honored at every stop on the trek. You can get involved, too, by downloading the official Hunter Hayes Tour App before they go to the show. Check HunterHayes.com for tour dates.
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