Thomas Rhett will do a special show during this year’s CMA Fest to celebrate his new album, Center Point Road.
The intimate, acoustic concert will take place Saturday, June 8 at noon at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. TR will give the proceeds to music education via the CMA Foundation, which is the cause the entire annual gathering in Music City supports.
“We've been able to do album release parties all over the country, but to host one in my own backyard during CMA Fest when Country Music fans are here from all over the world is incredible," Thomas Rhett reflects.
"Nashville is home to the memories and stories from this album that made me into the person I am today,” he continues. “And to also be able to help raise money for music education while we celebrate this release makes it extra special."
The $25 tickets to the show go on sale Monday and include a copy of TR's fourth record, which is named after the street in nearby Hendersonville, Tennessee where he grew up.
Center Point Road actually comes out about a week before the show, on May 31.
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