“I’m to Blame” singer Kip Moore has signed on to headline the Labor of Love Music Festival hosted by CASE Construction on Labor Day this year, which will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and raise awareness about the need to hire veterans for skilled jobs in the construction and manufacturing industries.

On Sept. 7, Moore will join local bands Bella Cain and Run Carolina in Racine, Wis., on the waterfront at Racine Festival Park for the event, which will feature additional activities and performances throughout the day.

“Labor Day is the perfect time to honor pride and dignity in work, and there may be no group that represents that more than the men and women of the armed services,” Moore says about the festival. “It’s my honor to pay tribute to these people, and all the hard-working people that come out to my shows, and to give back to a community that has been very supportive of me.”

A ceremony honoring veterans, their service and their contributions to the American workforce will take place at 3PM, and Moore will go on at 6PM. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit this link.

Moore is gearing up for the long-awaited release of his sophomore record, Wild Ones, slated to drop Aug. 21. He’s been in the studio lately with friend and writing partner Jewel, but there's no word yet on whether the pair will release a track together. Fans can catch Moore on the road with Dierks Bentley as part of his Sounds of Summer tour, which runs through September, before starting his own Wild Ones tour.

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