Along with the televised ACM Awards last Sunday, ACM week in Las Vegas offered an immersive fan experience with music, food and more at the ACM Party for a Cause Festival. The multi-stage festival, which ran April 1st – 3rd at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds, featured performances by Carrie Underwood, Sam Hunt, Kenny Chesney, Brett Eldredge, Cam and Dustin Lynch, among many others.
"There are so many artists, you can hang out back stage before and after the show and catch up on life," says Lynch, who played Party for a Cause on Saturday. Lynch's set was part of a lineup that included ACM Awards co-host Dierks Bentley, A Thousand Horses, Chris Janson, Chris Stapleton and Brothers Osborne.
In addition to the all-day musical performances, Party for a Cause included demonstrations from Ram Trucks' Raminator monster truck as well as the Cabela's & ACM Celebrity Tic-Tac-Toe Archery Tournament and the Whiskey Jam. Proceeds from Party for a Cause help fund ACM Lifting Lives and its charitable initiatives supporting music education, music therapy and emergency relief.