Taste of the NFL presents Little Big Town at Westworld of Scottsdale

1224Ns Upcoming Events Photo (Little Big Town) FOR WEBTaste of the NFL has announced GRAMMY award-winning country group, Little Big Town, will perform at the 24th Annual Taste of the NFL Party with a Purpose, held on the eve of Super Bowl XLIX on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015 at WestWorld of Scottsdale.

Tickets to the Party with a Purpose featuring Little Big Town are on sale now at www.tasteofthenfl.com.

Little Big Town, presented by American Family Insurance, will join the country’s top chefs and the NFL’s greatest players at the party with a Purpose in an effort to raise money in support of food banks throughout the United States, according to a press release.

This year’s star-studded fundraising event brings together exceptional cuisine, prominent chefs from around the country, NFL players, coaches, legends and celebrities, all to support the fight against hunger, the release states.

The three-time reigning Country Music Association’s Vocal Group of the Year and Academy of Country Music’s Vocal Group of the Year recently completed their critically acclaimed sixth studio album Pain Killer, which features No. 1 hit “Day Drinking” as well as their newly released single, “Girl Crush.”

In addition to their passion for music, Little Big Town is also avid “foodies” with an appetite for helping those in need. Their performance at the Party with a Purpose underscores their commitment to giving back to the community and cause-related efforts as they help Taste of the NFL raise awareness and funds for hunger relief.

“It’s a privilege to perform at this year’s Taste of the NFL event and to help raise funds and awareness for hunger relief,” said Band Member Karen Fairchild in a prepares statement.  “Working together to support the fight against hunger is something that we are very passionate about. We are excited to help support local food banks and are eager to defeat hunger throughout the U.S.”

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