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May 19

Country Stars To Play “You’ve been Sentenced!” At CMA Music Festival

Julie Roberts photo courtesy of UMG Nashville.

Game manufacture McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds will host its first annual celebrity charity event during CMA Music Festival. Country stars will sit down to play You’ve been Sentenced! – Country Music Edition on June 7th from 2:00-4:30 PM at the Hard Rock Café in downtown Nashville. Stars will play the game to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospital and Success Won’t Wait.

Artists confirmed to play include Jeff Bates, Ty Brown, Burns & Poe, Jason Michael Carroll, Buddy Jewell, Matt Kennon, Danni Leigh, LoCash Cowboys, Justin McBride, Jaclyn North, Julie Roberts, Doug Stone, Rhonda Vincent, Mark Wills and more. The game will be followed by acoustic performances.

“We’ve always known that the country music industry has tremendous heart,” Don McNeill, McNeill Designs CEO, said. “The interest and support shared by the community as a whole for this charity event has been overwhelming and it’s even more moving in consideration of the number of appearances, concerts and events these artists are juggling as part of their hectic CMA Fest schedules.”

You’ve been Sentenced! has become an educational tool that is getting rave reviews from homes, classrooms and educational facilities around the world. McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds will officially introduce the Country Music Edition at the June 7th event. The retail release date for the game is set for August.

Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance or at the door the day of the event. VIP seating is limited and is first come first serve. General admission is $10 while VIP admission is $25. There is also a buy-in option for $100 that allows fans to be seated at a table with artists to play the game. Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 1-866-52-2555.

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