Creed To Perform Special Show To Benefit Tennessee Flood Victims

Although the nation’s attention is focused on what is happening along the Gulf Coast as a result of the BP disaster, we cannot forget the people of Nashville and efforts to rebuild.  At the beginning of May, bizarre flash floods crippled the musical Mecca destroying people’s homes and livelihoods.

In an incredible act of kindness, Creed is kicking off its summer “20-10 Tour” in Nashville with a special show at the Hard Rock on July 26 to benefit the flood victims.  The band has pledged to donate 100% of the concerts profits to local charity, Hands On Nashville (HON), which is spearheading the flood recovery efforts in Middle Tennessee and surrounding areas

Hands On Nashville (HON) was founded in 1991 to help people transform the world around them by volunteering. HON’s partnerships and services help youth, adult, corporate, and nonprofit constituencies in the greater Nashville community.

Creed is touring in support of its 2009 release, Full Circle. Skillet and Theft will be special guests for select dates on the tour, with Red also appearing at several concerts.

Tickets for the Nashville show will be available through Ticket Alternative and at the venue on the night of the show, if any are left.

The Creed’s tour name stems from the idea that the first 2,010 reserved seats are $20. Tickets for all “20-10 Tour” concerts are available now through all Ticketmaster outlets, LiveNation.com, or by phone at 1-800-745-3000 (except the show on August 20th in Gilford, NH). Visit www.creed.com for updated tour and ticket information.

I came across a video that highlights chaos and damage caused by the Tennessee floods.

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