The Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA) announced a limited number of VIP Experience Packages are available for the 5th Annual “Stars Go Blue” benefit on Wednesday, March 20 at the Ryman Auditorium. It was announced last week that country music superstar Alan Jackson will give a rare, intimate performance at this historic music venue and it will be hosted by the oldest and largest national colon cancer patient advocacy organization, the CCA. All proceeds from the concert will benefit the CCA’s Blue Note Fund, helping colon cancer patients in need, a program founded by Nashville’s own Grammy-nominated artist/producer Charlie Kelley.
The VIP Experience can be purchased through the CCA at thestarsgoblue.com for $500. It includes gold circle seating, meet and greet with Alan, a signed copy of Alan’s Seasons of Sweetbriar book, Loveless Café catered VIP reception and other surprises.
Regular tickets for “Stars Go Blue” are on sale now and can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, Ryman Box Office, www.ryman.com and by calling 800-745-3000. Tickets are $75, $45 and $35.
Alan recently released a limited number of copies of his book Seasons of Sweetbriar – A Photographic Collection of Home by Alan Jackson. Seasons of Sweetbriar can be purchased through www.alanjackson.com for $25 or $50 for a book autographed by Alan, while supplies last. 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to the CCA’s Blue NoteFund.
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