If you’ve got “Summer Fever,” a glass of lemonade would probably taste pretty good. Little Big Town is making that easy for you, and helping out a good cause at the same time.
Fans who go to see the CMA Vocal Group of the Year and Miranda Lambert on The Bandwagon Tour will spot Lemon:Aid Stands at the venues. The stands have been set up to help the Blood:Water charity end the water crisis in Africa. For every glass of lemonade sold, one dollar will go to provide clean water, sanitation, hygiene and community support on the continent.
LBT is also encouraging its fans to make a $40 donation to Blood:Water -- enough to provide hydration for one person for life. You can find out more at BloodWater.org.
Meanwhile, Miranda and her fans continue to work to “Fill the Little Red Wagon” on tour, funneling dog food, treats, supplies and donations to no-kill shelters through her MuttNation Foundation.
The Bandwagon rolls on August 2, with LBT and Miranda’s next date in Orange Beach, Alabama. LBT’s lead single from their next album, “Summer Fever,” is currently climbing the chart, while Miranda has a top ten hit with her duet with Jason Aldean, “Drowns the Whiskey.”
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