George Strait Auctions Front Row Seats for Charity in Memory of Daughter Jenifer
George Strait is saying goodbye to life on a tour bus with his Cowboy Rides Away Tour, and fans are desperate to see the singer onstage one last time. In fact, front row seats to see the King have raised over $450,000 so far.
After the success of the 2013 Cowboy Rides Away Tour auctions, Strait once again is giving big fans a chance at front row seats, as well as meet and greet passes to each 2014 tour stop, all in the name of charity.
And the proceeds aren't going to just any charity -- they are benefiting the Jenifer Strait Foundation. The singer and his family formed this foundation in memory of daughter Jenifer, who was killed in a car accident in 1986 at the age of 13. It focuses its donations on various children’s charities, including Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio and St. Jude's Ranch.
Now that the first round of auctions have raised nearly a half of a million, Strait is at it again. His fans have the opportunity to bid on front row seats and meet and greet passes to each of the 2014 Cowboy Rides Away Tour dates -- and that includes his final concert with lots of all-star guests.
For your chance to win these once-in-a-lifetime tickets, please click here. The King of Country is riding away, and you don't want to miss it! Bidding ends Dec. 17.