Selling meet-and-greet passes to raise money for charity is pretty ingenuous and that’s exactly what Luke Combs has been doing. Just last weekend he donated $22,000 in proceeds from his meet-and-greets to Georgia's Camp Sunshine, which is a retreat for kids with cancer.
"Nobody coddles them there at the camp. They get to be like regular kids and play on the playground and do that kind of stuff."
You can purchase tickets to a meet-and-greet for any of Luke's performances. $49 gets you a two-song acoustic set, a question-and-answer session, merchandise and a photo with Luke.
Deciding to donating all of my meet and greet proceeds to children battling cancer was the easiest decision I've ever made. Being able to help them have a normal life in a not so normal world is the best gift I can give them. "You can't live a perfect day without doing something for someone who will never be able to repay you." - John Wooden Photo: @notbychase