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Jason Aldean is Giving Breast Cancer Survivors the VIP Treatment

Jason Aldean is giving breast cancer survivors the VIP treatment during his 2016 We Were Here Tour.

At every tour stop, the country singer and the Susan G. Komen foundation will select one winner who will be awarded two concert tickets and a special backstage meet-and-greet experience with Aldean.

To enter the contest, eligible participants must submit an essay no longer than 999 words that describe their individual story of survivorship and what winning the experience would mean to them. All essays must be submitted no less than ten days before the selected tour date.

Aldean has been a partner with Susan G. Komen since 2011, and has raised over $2.75 million dollars for the cause. In 2004, the star lost a close friend to breast cancer, and has since held one concert per year to benefit the organization. Fans who attend the We Were Here Tour are also encouraged to make a donation to the charity to support funding for the organization’s breast cancer research and awareness programs.

If you or someone you love is interested in submitting an entry for a chance to go backstage with Jason Aldean, visit the Susan G. Komen foundation website.

Alden’s We Were Here Tour, featuring support from Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses, will resume at the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, Va. on Feb. 18.

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