Wenatchee, WA – American country music artist and actor, Trace Adkins will perform a benefit concert on Thursday, September 18 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Toyota Center. Five dollars from every ticket sold will be directly donated to the American Red Cross Western Wildfires Relief Fund.

Town Toyota Center’s staff worked diligently with Trace’s tour in order to make an impact for the region. Currently, Adkins is a spokesperson for the American Red Cross therefore the scheduled concert was timely. In addition to the concert ticket contribution, the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Club will host a silent auction and create an “Adkins” jersey for auction the night of the concert. There will be American Red Cross volunteers on site to collect pledges and businesses are encouraged to contribute a $1 for every person who attends the concert or match up to $2000 toward the fund. Assistant General Manager, Aaron Harvey, was instrumental in the negotiations of the concert deal. “It is part of our mission to provide a fun and safe environment to benefit our region. We believe this concert is one way we can provide some assistance to those who have lost so much in the past few weeks. It is a small part, but it is something to help,” states Harvey.

Benefit concert tickets are on sale tomorrow, Thursday, July 31 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at the box office, 1300 Walla Walla Street in Wenatchee, at the Wenatchee Valley Mall in East Wenatchee or online at Tickets start at $35 per seat. Groups of ten or more receive discounts. For additional donation to the Western Wildfire Relief Fund, contact the Apple Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross at (509)663.3908.