Kip Moore and Tony Hawk “Music City Skate Jam” Raises Money for Hurricane Relief

Kip Moore
Kip Moore

What do you get when you mix skateboards with guitars? Music City Skate Jam

Kip Moore partnered with legendary pro skater, Tony Hawk, to bring the one of a kind charitable event, benefitting hurricane survivors and creation of public skateparks. Each has their own non profit organization; Kips Kids Fund and Tony Hawk Foundation.

Kips Kids Fund provides alternative outlets for youth to engage in healthy habits and physical activities like skateboarding, in addition to the traditional sports offerings where they live, according to Kip Moore’s official website.

Donate to Kips Kids Fund

Tony Hawk Foundation has sought to foster lasting improvements in society, with an emphasis on supporting and empowering youth. Through special events, grants, and technical assistance, the Foundation supports recreational programs focusing on the creation of public skateboard parks in low-income communities, and other causes in the U.S. and overseas. The Foundation favors projects that have strong community involvement, grassroots fundraising, and a base of support from the skaters, parents, law enforcement, and local leaders.”

Learn more about Tony Hawk Foundation and donate

Everyone enjoyed Dee Jay Silver and Jordan Davis as the Walk of Fame Park started to fill up. Tony Hawk and friends busted out their tricks on the half pipe during their demo. To close out the event, Kip Moore performed some of his big hits and new songs from his newly released album, Slowheart. Fans rocked out to ‘Beer Money’, ‘Wild Ones’, ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck’, ‘Hey Pretty Girl’, ‘More Girls Like You’, ‘Plead the Fifth’, and so many more.


Music City Skate Jam
Music City Skate Jam

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