NASHVILLE, Tenn. - News Channel 5
Tennessee has taken a stand and fighting back against sex trafficking with the power of music at the "Songs Against Slavery" event.
The 26th annual benefit concert was held Tuesday night to bring awareness to the reality of sex trafficking.
Musicians like Sinclair, Rebel Roads and many more joined the lineup at 3rd and Lindsley.
All funds from the show went to End Slavery Tennessee, which said they will use the money to prevent future cases.
More than 85 counties in Tennessee have reported at least one case of sex trafficking. The average age of a victim when they enter the "trade" 13 years old.
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