Jason Aldean, Morgan Wallen + More Performing for Covenant School Benefit

Jason Aldean and Morgan Wallen are just two of the many artists who will perform for a special show at the Grand Ole Opry, to raise money for those impacted by the tragic Covenant School shooting, which resulted in the deaths of three students and three adults.

A Covenant Knight at the Grand Ole Opry House will take place on August 7, with numerous artists joining Aldean and Wallen, including Anne Wilson, Maddie & Tae, NEEDTOBREATHE, Old Dominion, Jeffrey Steele, Lee Brice, Brandon Heath, Zach Williams and special guests.

“It’s an honor to be invited to support the students and families from The Covenant School,” says Williams. “Music has a remarkable ability to bring us all together, and through this event, we can continue to provide solace, strength, and healing to all involved. There is no better place in Nashville to demonstrate the resilience and unity of this community than at the Opry House, so let’s show the world that we are all #CovenantStrong.”

A Covenant Knight at the Grand Ole Opry House is being produced by two Covenant School parents and industry music veterans, Houston Phillips and Chad Schultz, along with Covenant Staff, in conjunction with Opry Entertainment Group.

“This event stands as a powerful testament to the unwavering strength of Nashville’s country music community, friends, neighbors, and especially parents,” Phillips says. “I was truly moved by the inherent goodness of those who offered support, no questions asked, as we worked to create an event that would lift up our community and contribute to Covenant School’s ongoing recovery efforts.”

After the tragedy, Chris Tomlin announced the launch of a fund to help those impacted by the Covenant School shooting, during his annual Good Friday Nashville event, held at Bridgestone Arena.

“This is year seven of Good Friday,” Tomlin said. “We stated from year one that whatever proceeds came in, whatever profits came from this night, we would give to local charity, and it would be something that went back into the community and this year is just the same.

“We’re setting up a Covenant fund that will be working with leadership in the coming weeks and the coming months, for whatever you need. … We’re all a part of this together,” he added.

In addition, Tomlin, Carrie UnderwoodThomas Rhett, Lady ATyler HubbardDave Barnes, Natalie HembyBen Rector, Matt Maher, The War and Treaty and more performed a special concert, A Night of Joy Celebrating The Covenant School,

All proceeds from A Covenant Knight at the Grand Ole Opry House will go to The Covenant School Community Fund to continue mental health support for healing, ease the transition back into the building and equip the school for a safe, successful new year together. Donations for The Covenant School are also being accepted here.

A limited number of tickets will be on sale for A Covenant Knight at the Grand Ole Opry House beginning on Friday, June 30 at10:00 AM, via AXS.com. The show will also air for six consecutive nights on Circle Network, beginning on August 19.