Josh Turner and country quartet Little Big Town have been confirmed to perform at the 5th Annual Concert for Epilepsy at the Gaylord Hotel in National Harbor, Md. on March 26. In a video message, Turner says, "I'm really excited about this event and a great night of music to raise awareness for epilepsy."

Little Big Town's guitarist Phillip Sweet is also enthusiastic about the concert, saying, "This is a show that we really wanted to be a part of. A lot of us don't know the ins and outs of what these folks battle. But it is always good to get hands on and help whenever and wherever we can." He adds, "We like to help out all the little and big towns across America. That's what we're about."

Tickets can be purchased here, and they range in price from $60 to $250, with all proceeds go to the Epilepsy Foundation of America. The foundation is dedicated to the well-being of the nearly 3 million epilepsy patients in the United States.

Wil Gravatt, who is the lead vocalist of the Wil Gravatt Band and the events co-producer, says, "I hope everyone comes out and has some real fun, knowing they're supporting a great cause."

To follow the latest updates on the charity concert, check out their official Facebook page.