Dierks Bentley, who's about to launch a headlining tour, is doing so in a big way. But instead of kicking off his upcoming tour with a weekend bender at the bars with his supporting acts, he donated to a food bank. According to The Boot, Dierks and his opener LANCO packaged over 10,000 pounds of food at the Second Harvest Food Bank in Tennessee in partnership with the Hunger Free Summer Campaign.
"We got everyone together to really start off with what it's all about for me right now...gratitude."
He's also headlining a benefit concert at The Ryman June 7 to benefit the Opry Trust Fund, which provides relief to people in the country music industry who are in need.
The Mountain High Tour kicked off today with Brothers Osborne and LANCO. They stop in Pittsburgh June 15 @ Keybank Pavilion, tickets are still on sale.