Tickets are currently on sale for the Alzheimer’s Association The Longest Day fundraising concert. All proceeds from the event go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association.

The concert is scheduled for Saturday, June 10 at the Shelbyville Country Club. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for $45 and will be available until the concert starts at 7 p.m. Event organizers highly recommend purchasing advance tickets online. Tickets will also be available at the door, as long as capacity has not been met and guests are paying with cash. The event is open to participants of all ages.

“I am hosting this event in honor of my great aunt DeeDee who passed away from dementia three years ago,” said event organizer Olivia Raley. “She was so full of life and it was hard to watch her go through that disease. This disease has affected numerous people in my immediate community, as well, and that is why I got involved.”

This year’s special guest and entertainment are EthanAlmighty and JD Shelburne.

EthanAlmighty is a Presa Canario that won the 2022 Shelter Hero Dog and American Humane Hero Dog Award this past November in recognition of his near death experience when he was found abandoned in a parking lot weighing less that half his breed average. His award has raised tremendous awareness for animal cruelty.

JD Shelburne was born and raised in Taylorsville and is now making a name for himself in Nashville. His recent album is “Neon Hallelujah” and includes hit singles, “She Keeps Me Up Nights,” “Hometown in My headlights” and “One Less Girl.” He has also opened for legendary artists like ZZ Top, Miranda Lambert and Marty Stuart. He is currently collaborating with the Oak Ridge Boys on their recorded version of “Amazing Grace.”

Get tickets to the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day concert by using the attached QR Code. Event organizers shared that the tickets for the fundraiser are considered a donation and therefore may be tax deductible. They will have tax forms available for guests at the event.