Before Young took the stage he took the time to meet with fans and participatedÂ in a smoke alarm donation event where he donated 250 Kidde Worry-Free smoke alarms with 10-year old sealed batteries to the Anaheim Fire & Rescue.
Chris YoungÂ partnered withÂ KiddeÂ in Nov. 2014 to place a â€œSpotlight on Fire Safety,â€ and this year is donating Kidde smoke alarms to local fire service organizations at select stops on his 2015 World Tour. The campaign aims to raise awareness about how families can protect themselves from the hazards of fire, which then also reduces the risks to firefighters, and supports theÂ Phoenix Societyâ€™s SOAR (Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery)Â program for Firefighters. A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping burn survivors, Phoenix SOAR for Firefighters is the first national peer-to-peer recovery program supporting burned firefighters.
Danielle Bradbery, season four winner of NBC’s The Voice opened up tonight’s concert at the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa.
She took the stage with her soulful voice and pumped up the crowd.
Bradbery’s performance was great and definitely prepared everyone for Chris Young by getting them energized with her youthful energy.
The crowd waited impatiently during intermission for Chris and when he finally came out everyone yelled from excitement.
From the moment he began to sing into the mic everyone was singing to his songs.
Not a single person wasÂ sitting in their seats as YoungÂ performed and that’s what made the concert even better.
FansÂ sangÂ along with a beer in hand and some sangÂ along and others could not help but dance the night away.
The energy of the crowd clearly showed why this concert was sold out. Catch Chris Young on Tour this Fall! More info and ticketsÂ www.chrisyoungcountry.com