Mitchell Tenpenny

Mitchell Tenpenny to Host Live Streaming and In-Person Concerts on 10-10-20 to Benefit “10Penny Fund”

Mitchell Tenpenny

Riser House/Columbia Nashville artist and Nashville native Mitchell Tenpenny will host a live streaming concert and two in person shows on 10.10.20 to benefit his 10Penny Fund in partnership with Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare. 

The Oct. 10, 2020 live streaming concert and in person shows are in lieu of the originally planned concert at the Ryman Auditorium. That show has been postponed to Oct. 10, 2021 out of a sincere desire to ensure high safety and health standards for all the fans, staff, and partners. Go to www.mitchell10penny.com for more details on the 2021 show. Tickets purchased for 2020 date will be valid for the 2021 show.

“I’m disappointed we had to move the Ryman concert to 2021 as I’ve dreamed of headlining that venue all my life growing up in Nashville,” said Mitchell. “But we still have a great day of live music planned for the fans and I’m challenging all of us to raise $10,000 to help families who are dealing with a loved one’s cancer diagnosis. And my friends at Sarah Cannon will match our donation!” 

Mitchell’s 10.10.20 LIVE streaming concert will originate from the ‘Family Room’ at the American Cancer Society Memorial Foundation Hope Lodge in downtown Nashville taking place at NOON Central. Tickets are available NOW, go HERE to purchase.

The 10.10.20 LIVE in person concerts will take place in Nashville’s Listening Room. The “Telling All My Secrets” 6:00 p.m. CST show will feature Mitchell performing with several of the songwriters from his Telling All My Secrets album and the 8:30 p.m. CST show will highlight new writers and “Songs You Haven’t Heard.” 135 tickets are available for each show to meet COVID health and safety protocols. Tickets are available NOW, go HERE to purchase.

Mitchell created the 10Penny Fund in 2018 to provide inspiration and to support programs that help build community, motivate patients and encourage healing for people facing cancer and their loved ones. Mitchell’s outreach grew from his own personal experiences dealing with his father’s cancer and what his family learned through the process. In 2019, he teamed up with the cancer experts from Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, to renovate the ‘Family Room’ at the Hope Lodge.

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