There are big things in store for the second annual C’Ya On The Flipside II event, which benefits The Troy Gentry Foundation. The Foundation was established to keep Gentry’s legacy and beliefs alive after his tragic death in 2017. Their motto is “Love God, Love Others.”
This year’s event happens Feb. 5 at the Grand Ole Opry and includes a ton of special guests. Justin Moore, Trace Adkins, Don McLean, Terri Clark, Mark Wills and Shenandoah are on the schedule. Ricochet, T. Graham Brown, Rhett Akins, Abby Anderson, Jake Hoot, Caroline Jones and Eddie Montgomery are also slated to appear. Tracy Lawrence will perform and co-host alongside SiriusXM’s Storme Warren.
“I’m so excited for C’Ya on the Flip Side II. It is going to be a great show with such a wonderful group of entertainers coming together to raise money for so many organizations that meant so much to Troy,” Angie Gentry says. “It is such an honor to carry on the legacy of helping others that Troy was so passionate about. The love and support we have received is amazing! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me to keep his spirit alive.”
If this lineup and the cause weren’t reason enough to attend, Yamaha will deliver one of their famous limited-edition Elton John Red Grand Pianos. The piano will be used for a special performance that will take place during the event.
Tickets for the event are on sale now through Ticketmaster and the Opry. They range in price from $45 to $125 and fans can bid on exclusive one-of-a-kind items here. That auction is live now but ends on Feb. 5 at 8:30 PM. Fans can bid on the front row tickets through Feb. 5 at 2 PM.
This year, proceeds will benefit T.J. Martell Foundation, Make-A-Wish, The Journey Home Project, Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center, St. Jude Children’s Hospital and music education in Kentucky schools. Find out more about The Troy Gentry Foundation and how you can support their cause here.