Brad Paisley's H2O Tour Flows Into Cruzan

Country fans can barely drink a glass of water these days without some image of Brad Paisley coming to mind. He even dove into a swimming pool while singing his hit single "Water" during the Academy of Country Music Awards and recently became a poster boy for the ongoing flood relief efforts in Middle Tennessee.

Both sides of Paisley — the fun-loving side and his charitable one — come together for his H2O World Tour, which arrives at West Palm Beach's Cruzan Amphitheatre like a giant soaking cannonball in the dog days of summer. The tour is helping to raise money for the Hope Through Healing Hands organization, which works to dig wells and purify water in the U.S. and worldwide. But lest that spoil the fun, the show promises to keep things light with plenty of water-themed activities like a dunking booth and fishing simulator. Fans would expect nothing less from the Academy of Country Music's Male Vocalist of the Year, whose song "Alcohol" inspired concertgoers to wear lampshades as head accessories.

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