Wednesday, April 14, 2010


We told you about Dierks Bentley's upcoming Miles and Music For Kids event in Texas a few months ago. A few artists have been confirmed: Roger Creager, Brandon Rhyder, Kristen Kelly and the Modern Day Drifters and three more artists are still TBA!

The Miles and Music for Kids Benefit in Dallas/Ft Worth will take place on Sunday, April 25th. It will begin @ Harley-Davidson of North Texas (1845 N. I-35E Carrollton, TX 75006) Registration starts @11am, ride leaves @ 2PM & ends @ Billy Bob’s Texas (2520 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76164-8298) Music starts @ 3PM.

Over the past 4 years Dierks has raised over a million dollars for Children’s Hospitals within the Children’s Miracle Network from the proceeds of Miles and Music for Kids. There are so many people served by the Children's Hospitals across the country and Galley Winter, the #1 Online Source for Texas music, would love to hear your stories! They are holding two contests:

Contest #1: Dierks Bentley Miles and Music for Kids Benefit
Click on the link above and tell them about kids in your family, or your friend's families, or your community that have been treated at any Children's Hospital. They provide such a need in the community and it's time to celebrate their services! This contest will run through Wednesday, April 21st at 5pm. Galley Winter will select a post from the thread on their website and that name will be put on the Will Call list for 2 General Admission Tickets!

Contest #2: Dierks Bentley Miles and Music for Kids Benefit
If you've already got your tickets for the event, just click on the link above and post on the Galley Winter website that you're going! That's it! You'll be registered for an upgrade package for 2! Including ticket upgrades, drink tickets and 2 event t-shirts! So if you haven't gotten your tickets yet, go ahead and get them and then enter at! If you win tickets from the first contest, you're automatically entered to win the upgrade as well!

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