Music and Miracles Festival brings big name country stars to Jordan-Hare

Music and Miracles Festival brings big name country stars to Jordan-Hare

On Saturday, April 23rd, Jordan-Hare stadium will host its first-ever concert series featuring country music superstar Kenny Chesney in conjunction with the inaugural Music and Miracles Superfest, created and presented by the founders of the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation.

Six-time Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year Miranda Lambert, Grammy-nominated newcomer Sam Hunt and hit-writer driven breakout band Old Dominion will join Chesney for this monumental occasion.

“There is something about college football that inspires me,” Chesney says. “There is so much heart, so much dignity to playing for the honor of your school. There are, obviously, a lot of good times and great memories made at the games, and those guys on the teams play all out in ways most people don’t realize. Every time I get to play somewhere with the kind of history Auburn has, it pushes me a little harder to really raise the bar. And the mission and heart behind Music & Miracles raises that bar higher still.”

The mission of the Music & Miracles Superfest is to bring the biggest entertainers in America to one of the most notable venues in the southeast and raise funds for two of the greatest needs of the Auburn community. Proceeds from the concert will be targeted to fighting cancer and feeding the hungry.

Stacy Brown, President and Co-Founder of the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation, who lost her husband Kevin Brown (Co-Founder of Chicken Salad Chick) to cancer last November, noted, “Music & Miracles Superfest was Kevin’s dream. While in the midst of his battle against cancer, Kevin chose not to ask ‘why me?’ but rather ‘why not?!’ Kevin asked boldly, ‘Why not start a Foundation? Why not have a concert at Jordan-Hare Stadium? Why not ask Kenny Chesney to play it? And why not try and raise a million dollars in a single day to give to those who are in need?’ Kevin will have the best seat in the house to watch this dream come true on April 23.”

For more information about Music & Miracles Superfest, visit:

About the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation:
The Chicken Salad Chick Foundation was established by Kevin and Stacy Brown in June of 2014. As the founders of the Chicken Salad Chick restaurant concept, they knew very early on they would have the opportunity to positively impact many lives. The foundation focuses on two initiatives, fighting cancer and feeding the hungry. Music & Miracles Superfest is all about BIG DREAMS. HIGH HOPES. TREMENDOUS IMPACT.

Click here for more information about the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation.

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