JAKE OWEN’S ANNUAL FLAMINGO JAM RETURNS
October 28, 2022
Renowned multi-platinum country hit maker Jake Owen is heading back home with a star-studded lineup for his annual benefit concert The Flamingo Jam, part of a weekend packed full of events raising funds for The Jake Owen Foundation. Joining him for the foundation’s fundraiser are Alabama frontman Randy Owen, Tracy Lawrence, and current tour mate Travis Denning, taking the stage at Corporate Air in Vero Beach on Saturday, Dec. 3.
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“It’s that time of year again,” Owen shared on social media. “I can’t begin to tell you how excited and over the moon I am about these guys coming to my little town of Vero Beach, Florida to help support the mission of The Jake Owen Foundation.”
“Our foundation is one of the most rewarding things I’ve been a part of,” he continues, “and this event is a big part of our efforts to support those who need it most. In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, we’re more committed than ever to giving back to the state that raised me and helping out in any way we can. I can’t wait to see our community show up and make a difference.”
In addition to The Flamingo Jam, some of Owen’s favorite spare time activities inspired the schedule, featuring events like The Flamingo Golf Classic (Dec. 2) and The Flamingo Fishing Classic (Dec. 4). To round out the weekend, The Flamingo Songwriter Series will introduce some of the brightest rising talent in Nashville on Friday (Dec. 2) and Saturday (Dec. 3). See the full schedule of events here.
Established in 2010 with a mission to provide financial support for the communities of Florida’s Indian River County and Vero Beach, The Jake Owen Foundation has since expanded, also benefitting children battling catastrophic childhood diseases at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., and serving people in the places they call home nationwide. Assisting through healthcare, fitness, nutrition, enrichment, youth programs, education, and crisis care, The Jake Owen Foundation has raised more than $3.5 million dollars for charitable causes and for other nonprofit organizations.