BREAKING: Loretta Lynn Taps Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan & Luke Combs For Flood Relief Concert

Garth Brooks, Loretta Lynn; Photo by Chris Hollo, Grand Ole Opry
Garth Brooks, Loretta Lynn; Photo by Chris Hollo, Grand Ole Opry
Garth Brooks, Loretta Lynn; Photo by Chris Hollo, Grand Ole Opry

After a devastating flood tore through her hometown, country music legend Loretta Lynn is stepping up to the plate to help her friends and neighbors by calling upon her superstar friends for a star-studded benefit concert. 

Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan and Luke Combs have joined the lineup for Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising, a benefit for flood relief. 

The event will take place at the Grand Ole Opry House on Monday, September 13 at 7 p.m. CT and will directly support the United Way of Humphreys County. 

“I am so honored that so many of our friends are coming together to show so much love for our neighbors and community after such a devastating loss,” shares Lynn. “You know, we’ve all needed help from time-to-time, and that’s why when we can give back, we do.”

Tickets for Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising go on sale Friday, September 3 at 10 a.m. CT via Opry.com and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Ticket prices begin at $65.

The show will broadcast live on Circle Network at 8/7c in addition to live streaming on Circle All Access via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Additional tune in details can be found by clicking HERE. 

“United Way of Humphreys County has been dedicated to our communities for years, and we established the Humphreys County Flood Relief Fund to get immediate and long-term needs met for all the flood victims,” notes Executive Director Nioka Curtis. “We had no idea this would be one of the worst floods in our history, but our community will be whole again. It’s UWHC’s goal to help make that happen as quickly as possible with the help of our generous donors. From the rental deposits and down payments necessary for people to get re-housed, to remodeling, replacing clothing and rebuilding their lives, we want to make sure their needs are met and we will continue our fight to make that happen.”

The recent flooding ripped through parts of Middle Tennessee on Saturday, August 17, leaving 20 people dead and destroying hundreds of homes. The flood hit close to home from Lynn has it tore through her ranch and sadly took the life of her longtime ranch foreman, Wayne Spears. People in the area are in desperate need as they continue to put their lives back together after the devastation. 

To donate, please click HERE or text TNFLOODRELIEF to 44321.