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Kip Moore combined his love for music and skateboarding for a good cause on Sunday when he teamed up with international skateboarding champion Tony Hawk in downtown Nashville for a charity event called Music City Skate Jam.

The free concert and skating exposition, held at Music City Walk of Fame Park, served as a fundraiser to aid hurricane relief.  It also brought awareness to both Kip and Tony’s foundations, which aim to build skateparks for kids in inner cities.

Moore headlined the evening while Hawk and other professional skateboarders took part in an hour-long skate demo. Jordan Davis and Dee Jay Silver were also on hand to perform at the event.

While the event is over, donations are still being accepted through September 15 at 5 p.m. CT by texting HAWK to 52182. You can also visit hawk.gesture.com to bid on special event auction items. 

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