Craig Morgan has announced that Aaron Lewis and Tate Stevens will join him for his 7th annual Craig Morgan Concert and Charity Ride on Saturday, Sept. 14. The event raises funds for the Craig Morgan Dickson County Educational Fund’s project to build Billy’s Place, a home for temporarily displaced children. The day includes a motocross exhibition and trail ride in Vanleer and a concert that night at The Renaissance Center. The former front man for the rock group Staind, Lewis broke into country music with the single “Country Boy,” and has followed that with “Endless Summer” and his latest single, “Granddaddy’s Gun.” Stevens was the second-season winner of Fox’s “The X-Factor” in December and has released his self-titled debut album and its first single “Power of a Love Song.” Morgan’s new album “The Journey” hits stores next week and the first single “Wake Up Lovin’ You” is being hailed as his best song ever. Tickets for the charity event are on sale now at craigmorgan.com or at any TriStar Bank location. A $99 ticket includes the trail ride as either a participant or spectator, lunch and the concert. Advance tickets for participating in the trail ride are $40 or $45 at the gate. Spectator tickets are $15. The motocross exhibition and trail ride are at 10 am on Paul Allen’s farm on Bell Hollow Road in Vanleer. Doors at The Renaissance Center open at 6 pm and the concert starts at 8 pm. There will be silent and live auctions. Morgan will join Lewis and Stevens for an intimate acoustic show, then return with his full band for his usual rocking live show. For more information on the 7th annual Craig Morgan Concert and Charity Ride, visit craigmorgan.com.