Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium is going to have a 3-day benefit concert from November 15 to November 17, 2019. The AT Live concert series is to help raise money for veterans’ groups and fight homelessness in the city. The concert will benefit Johnnie Mac Soldier’s Fund, which provides scholarships to veterans, military family members, and the children of fallen and disabled veterans. AT Live will also support the Quest Community Development Organization that develops affordable housing and provide needs-based community services in the city of Atlanta.
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— billboard (@billboard) August 14, 2019
The concert will have all-star country stars for its opening day on Friday, with performances from Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Sam Hunt, Sugarland, Judah, and the Lion and Cale Dodds. Saturday’s concert will not be country music; however, no artist lists have been shared yet. The concert will end on Sunday with opening performance from Brothers Osborne and Caylee Hammack, and performances by Eric Church and Luke Combs. The full list of artists will be announced on August 19.
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— Spencer Graves (@SpencerGraves) August 14, 2019
The concert is being produced by Arthur Blank’s AMB Sports and Entertainment. Blank is the co-founder of Home Depot. The organizers hope that the event will become an annual event.
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— MercedesBenzStadium (@MBStadium) August 3, 2019
The tickets for the concerts will be available on August 23. Ticket prices have not been announced yet. AMB will be making more than 20,000 tickets priced at $120 for Friday and Sunday available for sale. Individual tickets will be available for about $39 to $49. Visit the link for more details.