Justin Moore is planning on doing his share of good deeds for those victims battling the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. On Tuesday, Nov. 27, Moore will headline a special concert from Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon with part of the proceeds benefiting the Jersey Shore Relief Fund.

Moore has close connections with those in the direct line of the disaster, including his manager, Pete Hartung, and publicist, Carly Caramanna, so doing his part to help out was a must. Portions of the proceeds will also go to help Caramanna's family rebuild what they have lost.

Helping Moore raise funding will be some of his singing pals, including Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett and Randy Houser.

Tickets to the event go on sale today (Nov. 17) starting at 11:00AM CT. They will be available both online and at the door of the Wildhorse Saloon the night of the show. Doors open at 6:00PM with music beginning around 8:30PM.

Prior to taking the stage at the Wildhorse Saloon, Moore will step into the sacred circle of the Grand Ole Opry for a memorable performance. Fans can keep up with all of Moore's upcoming appearances by visiting his official website by clicking here.