Lewis Brice And Tin Roof Team Up For “Hope Song”

Lewis Brice and Tin Roof will be teaming up for the annual benefit concert, Lewispalooza 8, to be held on June 5 outside of Tin Roof Demonbreun in Nashville. The event, which has been called the unofficial kick-off of CMA Music Fest, raises funds and brings awareness for Hope Song, a non-profit using music to help bring cancer patients hope. Brice and friends will perform for crowd of fans and music industry alike through a nearly six hour concert that has become a highly anticipated evening.

In addition to a performance by Lewis Brice, special guests confirmed for the 2018 concert include Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, and Walker McGuire with more names to be revealed soon  In past years have included Michael Ray, American Young, Love and Theft, Kristen Kelly and many more. Lewis Brice started Lewispalooza in 2010 to benefit local charities. This year’s event will continue the tradition with great music, special guests, a VIP tent, food and merchandise vendors to create an intimate festival feeling.

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