Lee Brice, Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann will triple headline the final night of Country On The Beach in Key West Florida. Scheduled for October 5-8, county music will take over the beaches of Key West to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, the music industry’s largest foundation that funds leukemia, cancer and AIDS research. Montgomery Gentry will host the event with GAC’s Storme Warren serving as emcee.
“We call the growing gang of fans who attend our annual tropical reunions ‘the world’s largest dysfunctional family,’” Storme said. “Now that we’re adding Lee, Randy and Jerrod in to the mix, that family just got a whole lot more dysfunctional. The hits will be flying from the stage. I can’t wait!”
Tickets are available by visiting www.countryonthebeach.com and proceeds from the weekend’s auctions and special excursions will benefit the foundation. Meet-and-greets with the artists will be available, and fans can expect a laid-back environment where ‘surprise’ acoustic performances may happen at any time.
To date, the T.J. Martell Foundation has raised more than $250 million for research with the help of hundreds of volunteers and music industry professionals. For more information about Country On The Beach, visit www.countryonthebeach.com.