Jason Aldean to headline Beckett Bowl benefit concert

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Country rocker Jason Aldean will make his way to Boston next week for a special benefit concert as part of the Fourth Annual Beckett Bowl, which will benefit the Josh Beckett Foundation. The concert will top off the actual bowling tournament, which will feature the Red Sox star pitcher, his teammates, other Boston sports stars and celebrities bowling at the Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge on Lansdowne Street. Tickets for the concert event only, which are priced at $40 for general admission and $125 for reserved VIP seating (includes a meet and great with Aldean), are now on sale through Ticketmaster. There are a limited amount of tickets that will give fans access to the bowling event for $250.

The Josh Beckett Foundation was established in 2007 and supports community based programs that strive to improve the health and well-being of children, especially children that are seriously ill, disabled, poor or otherwise disadvantaged.

Aldean, who will also play Gillette Stadium with Brad Paisley on August 21 as part of the 2010 New England Country Music Festival, is touring in support of his third studio album, Wide Open. Released last year, the album has thus far produced four singles: “She’s Country”, “Big Green Tractor”, “The Truth”, all of which have topped the Billboard country singles chart, and his latest hit “Crazy Town”.

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