The Country Music Association is planning to donate half of its net proceeds from the CMA Music Festival to flood relief.

The money will go to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
The other half of the proceeds is annually donated to Metro Nashville Public Schools for music education. CMA VP of corporate communications Wendy Pearl says CMA donated over $1 million to the Keep the Music Playing program last year.

The festival usually draws around 56,000 people into downtown, which also boosts local businesses.

The CMA Music Fest takes place June 10-13 in Nashville.