Zac Brown Band giving free tickets to first responders

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The band will also be donating money to the Harvey relief and collecting food for Harvey victims. (KTRK)

Zac Brown Band announced that $1 from every ticket sold to their upcoming Sept. 16 show at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion will be donated to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Those proceeds will be given to the J.J. Watt Foundation and benefit the Houston Flood Relief Fund.

Free lawn tickets are being offered to first responders who have provided aide in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Tickets are available at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Box Office for first responders with a limit of two tickets per person. They will need to show badge or proper official ID to redeem.

As space is limited, this opportunity is valid while supplies remain available at the box office.

Non-perishable food and household items are also being requested from attendees to support the Montgomery County Food Bank. Donations can be made outside the North and South Gates prior to the show.

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