The Holiday Bash Benefit Concert featuring Ronnie Dunn is right around the corner.
But, it's not too late for you to buy tickets.
Only a few hundred tickets are left, and they're going fast.
Just weeks ago we told you country music superstar Ronnie Dunn is headlining a benefit concert for holiday bash this year.
And now, we are just weeks away from the annual holiday bash benefit concert, but you still have time to get your tickets for seventeen local charities.
"For us, it means that we'll be able to provide food clothing and shelter for people that are displaced from their homes for fires. We'll also be able to send military communication messages from families here at home to military serving all over the country," says American Red Cross South Central Kentucky Executive Director, Jennifer Capps.
"We teach kids kindergarten through high school about business, financial literacy, workforce readiness. Things that aren't traditionally taught during school," Junior Achievement President, Heather Rogers.
"In 2011, it took about $1,500 a day to open the doors and to provide for these kids to come in after school for all of the programs that we have," says Lydia Latham, Boys & Girls Club of Franklin Board Member.
Organizers say upwards of $100,000 could benefit local non-profit agencies involved in Holiday Bash this year, and tickets are still available.
"We are anticipating that the concert will sell out and this would be a huge success for all of the Holiday Bash agencies," Heather Rogers says.
"It's amazing to me that such a prominent high-profile country music singer heard about our Holiday Bash, and wanted to participate. He wanted to give back to our community," says Lydia Latham.
Ronnie Dunn is donating his time for the benefit concert.
The Nov. 8th concert is now three weeks away, and there's no doubt the money from your ticket will go to a good cause.
Ticket prices range from $25 to $200.
The $200 tickets come with a meet-and-greet with Ronnie Dunn himself
You can purchase tickets at the SKyPAC ticket office or at www.theskypac.com