The country star closed the tour on Saturday in his Florida hometown of Vero Beach, supporting local charities
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Jake Owen closed the CMT On Tour Saturday with his annual hometown benefit concert in Vero Beach, Florida. Proceeds will benefit the Jake Owen Foundation, which supports local charities, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Autism Speaks.
According to TCPalm.com, Jake spent time with family before the show, golfing with his dad and bowling with his brother. The show also included sets by Florida Georgia Line and Love And Theft.
This was Jake's first headlining tour. He said, "Anytime you get to headline a show, much less your own tour, is something every artist works really hard for. After being out there on the Brothers of the Sun tour, I took a lot of what I learned and I'm implementing it into how I can better myself and better the show and what it's going to look like, it … how I can treat my fans better. And those are the kinds of things, once it's your own tour, you can do that."
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