9th ANNUAL JAKE OWEN HOMEMADE WEEKEND BENEFITING THE JAKE OWEN FOUNDATION RETURNS TO VERO BEACH NOVEMBER 1st & 2nd
OWEN’S ANNUAL FOUNDATION BENEFIT EXPANDS TO INCLUDE CHARITY ACOUSTIC CONCERT, SOLD-OUT GOLF TOURNAMENT AND MORE
SPECIAL ACOUSTIC CONCERT ON NOVEMBER 2nd BRINGS TOGETHER AWARD-WINNING SONGWRITERS JAKE OWEN, JIMMY BUFFETT, & MORE FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
TICKETS ON SALE EVERYWHERE AUGUST 28th
VERO BEACH, FLA. (August 28th, 2019) - Multi-Platinum entertainer Jake Owen today announced the return of his annual Vero Beach charity event benefiting the Jake Owen Foundation. Now in its 9th year, The Jake Owen Homemade Weekend will take place on November 1st and 2nd in Owen’s hometown of Vero Beach, Florida and will include a one night only special acoustic concert event featuring Jake Owen, a collection of the most accomplished songwriters in Nashville, and special guest Jimmy Buffett, performing a short set.
Also joining Owen for the special acoustic concert on November 2nd are Matt Stell, Larry Fleet, Craig Wiseman, Dean Dillon, Mac McAnally and Scotty Emerick. In addition to the weekend’s acoustic concert event featuring several milestone artists and award-winning songwriters, Owen’s annual charity weekend will include his annual golf tournament, a silent auction, and more. For more information and details on Jake Owen’s Annual Homemade Weekend Benefiting the Jake Owen Foundation, including the latest itinerary details and ticket on-sale information, visit www.jakeowenfoundation.org.
Founded in 2010, The Jake OwenFoundation is committed to helping people, in the places they call home. The Jake Owen Foundation is a nationally active charitable organization, with a local approach. The 2018 Jake Owen Foundation Benefit continued the successful history of increasing awareness and raising revenues for the Foundations’ mission to assist youth nationwide through St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Boys & Girls Club of Indian River County, and other local charities. To date, the Jake Owen Foundation has raised more than $1.6 million since its’ first fundraiser in Vero Beach.