Country Musicians Help High Park Fire Victims [AUCTION]
No matter what tragedy takes place, it seems like the Country Music community always steps up to help those in need, and the High Park Fire is no exception. If you have listened to K99 recently, than you are probably familiar with the upcoming benefit concert, "Make it Rain," which many country artists are helping to support. You can read all about the Make it Rain benefit concert and see who's performing on our official event page; it's 100% free and will be a night for the community to heal and lend one another a helping hand.
As K99 has helped to plan elements of the concert, response from artists, even those that can't make it to the big benefit, has been overwhelming. Those that wanted to help sent us autographed guitars and a record label even donated a trip to this year's CMA awards. In the days leading up to the concert these items will be up for bid with all proceeds going to the victims of the fire through the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado.
Here is a look at the items that will be auctioned off in the next week. Please check back soon for the links to the official auctions where you can bid on these items in support of our friends & neighbors!
CMA Awards "Dream Trip of a Lifetime"
Fly away for two to Nashville October 31st through November 2nd to see the CMA Awards. The trip includes:
- 2 CMA Awards Show Tickets
- Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame
- Deluxe Lodging at Hotel Preston
- Round Trip Coach Airfare for 2
- Entertainment & Shopping at Opry Mills
- Honky Tonks on Lower Broadway
George Strait Autographed Guitar
While George Strait couldn't make it to the "Make it Rain" concert, he wanted to help those in need and sent K99 an autographed Kona acoustic guitar.
Sugarland Autographed Guitar
While Sugarland couldn't make it to the "Make it Rain" concert, they wanted to help those in need and sent K99 an autographed Kona acoustic guitar.
Dierks Bentley Autographed Guitar
While Dierks Bentley couldn't make it to the "Make it Rain" concert, he wanted to help those in need and sent K99 an autographed Epiphone acoustic guitar.
While Craig Morgan couldn't make it to the "Make it Rain" concert, he wanted to help those in need and sent K99 an autographed Epiphone acoustic guitar.