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Dierks Bentley Recruits Stars, Bikes and Birds for Charity Concert

Date and lineup announced for annual Miles & Music for Kids event in Nashville

July 8, 2014 1:20 PM ET
Dierks Bentley.
Dierks Bentley.
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Dierks Bentley has announced the lineup for this year's installment of his "Miles & Music for Kids" charity concert and motorcycle ride. Set for Sunday, September 28th, the all-day event raises money for Children's Miracle Network hospitals throughout the country and, specifically, the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

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Joining Bentley, whose latest single is the high-flying "Drunk on a Plane," on the ride and concert will be Randy Houser, Kip Moore, Chris Young and Jon Pardi, with more artists to be added later. The ride portion of the day begins at a Harley Davidson dealership in Columbia, Tennessee, and winds its way to Riverfront Park in downtown Nashville, where Bentley and friends will take the stage.

This year, the "Miles & Music for Kids" initiative got an extra boost from Bentley's "Riser Bird" campaign. For a donation, supporters can have cut-outs of the Bentley's Riser logo staked throughout a friend's yard, as if a flock of birds has landed. Nashville luminaries from Kix Brooks to radio personality Blair Garner have been "flocked," as well as a Rolling Stone Country editor.

"Miles & Music for Kids" has raised more than $2.5 million for Children's Miracle Network hospitals. Bentley, an avid biker, recently recorded the theme song to a new motorcycle reality series.

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