"We want to make as much for those families as we can and hopefully start something that will continue on long after the music is over as far as remembering the firefighters and their families and these kids that live on as well," Bentley told Radio And Music Pros "We want to help get something rolling to look after them and help them move forward."
Tickets go on sale at noon this Friday, July 12 at KMLE1079.com and at the Tim's Toyota Center box office. Fans and community members will have the chance to buy concert tickets and special VIP packages with proceeds going to the United Phoenix Firefighters Charities who will distribute directly to the families of the 19 fallen firefighters. "We hope this benefit concert gives everyone affected by this tragedy the opportunity to come together and heal," said KMLE PD Tim Richards. "We want to raise as much money as possible to help the families of these amazing heroes."