This fall, for the third year in a row, Kimberly Williams-Paisley will be taking Music City back to the eighties. The actress — who’s also Mrs. Brad Paisley — will host her annual Dance Party to End Alz on Sunday, September 29 at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon.
Some of country music’s biggest names will take the stage to cover some of their favorite tunes from the heydays of Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and Prince, while also raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
“Our third year is going to be the best yet, and I can’t wait to bring together another great group of musicians to rock out to hits from the ‘80s,” Kimberly says. “The event is raising awareness and much-needed funds that will help accelerate research and push us closer to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s and other dementias.”
“It’s moving and motivating to see Music City’s continued support of the cause,” she adds, “which is so important to me and my family, and millions of other families across the country.”
Kimberly lost her own mother after a long battle with dementia in 2016.
Pre-sales for the fundraiser start Thursday, before tickets become available to the general public on Monday. You can find out more at Alz.org/DanceParty.
Look for this year’s performers to be announced in the coming days. In the past, they’ve included Darius Rucker, Chris Young, Lindsay Ell, and of course, Kimberly’s husband, Brad.
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