Dustin Lynch and Mickey Guyton aid farmers during COVID with 'The Farm Must Go On' concert

Country music's finest perform with heart for those struggling in the heartland
Dustin Lynch and Mickey Guyton
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Dustin Lynch, Mickey Guyton and stars across the Country music landscape will gather to support farmers in their time of need during John Deere’s The Farm Must Go On benefit concert.

Country music’s finest will perform live from the Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville, December 9, 8PM ET. Dustin and Mickey will join stars like Maddie & Tae, Tyler Farr and Travis Denning in addressing agricultural challenges and hurdles in the next year. Since 2005, Farm Rescue has helped hundreds of farmers suffering from major illness, injury, or natural disaster to plant, hay or harvest their crop.

COVID-19 has posed a unique challenge for America’s growers, creating a food shortage for many families. “Farmers are essential, and it is important to me to be able to shine a light on the struggles they go through,” Guyton tells RADIO.COM ahead of the event.

“I’m excited to join Dustin Lynch, Maddie & Tae, Travis Denning, and Tyler Farr for this concert event to help raise money for Farm Rescue.”

Viewers can donate to Farm Rescue which provides its volunteer workforce with meals and lodging, as well as putting fuel in vehicles and machinery. As the official equipment partner of Farm Rescue, John Deere works with dealers and provides Farm Rescue with free access to its latest machines and technologies so that Farm Rescue’s work can continue and grow.

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This special event will be live streamed free on YouTube for fans to enjoy. Donations are encouraged. For more information about how you can help, and concert details, check out their website.

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