Outback Steakhouse is hosting Grammy-nominated, award-winning country music singer and song-writer, Jake Owen, for a December Facebook Live virtual concert. This holiday concert gift Made For You (the name Owen’s popular song) is a continuation of the partnership with Owen. The concert will begin at 7:00 pm EST on Wednesday, December 16 and was filmed at the newest Outback Steakhouse in Nashville, Tennessee.
“This Jake Owen concert is Outback’s gift to our guests this holiday season,” says Danielle Vona, Chief Marketing Officer at Outback Steakhouse. “We want to provide people with a chance to be entertained while they get into the spirit of the holidays.”
Owen, by his own admission, has been a fan of Outback Steakhouse since he was a child so it was a treat for him to get a quick lesson on how to make a Bloomin’ Onion before the concert began. Once the concert starts, Owen will play an acoustic set of some of his most popular hits including Made For You, Beachin’ and Barefoot Blue Jean Night. In the spirit of the holidays, Owen also performs Alabama’s Christmas in Dixie and the classic, Mele Kalikimaka.
“My partnership with Outback Steakhouse has been a real thrill for me,” says Owen. “This festive holiday concert was so much fun to produce and we can’t wait to share my music with people all over the world.”
Back in August, Outback and Owen partnered on their first virtual concert to provide fans with music entertainment during the stay-at-home orders. The event attracted over 152,000 viewers.
For a limited time, Outback will offer Jake Owen Made For You gift cards. The plastic gift card is the perfect keepsake for any fan – it’s reloadable (so you can keep it forever!). In addition, Outback is offering a limited quantity premium gift box set with Jake Owen gift card (min. $100 load) and signature guitar pick. A portion of the proceeds from both card options benefit the Jake Owen Foundation.
Gift cards are available in any denomination at Outback.com and redeemable at over 700 U.S. locations.
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