Tracy Lawrence will once again give back to the city of Nashville around Thanksgiving time with his 16th annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert to support Nashville Rescue Mission. Taking place on Nov. 23, this year’s event will include the annual turkey fry event held in the parking lot of Nashville Rescue Mission.
The event will then move to the SkyDeck at Assembly Hall on top of the 5th + Broadway building where Dustin Lynch, Michael Ray, Lainey Wilson and more will join Lawrence for the special benefit concert. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Sept. 24.
Since its inception in 2006, the Turkey Fry event has since raised over $600,000 for Nashville Rescue Mission, frying up over 6,400 turkeys and providing over 90,000 meals to the homeless and hungry of Middle Tennessee. To inquire about becoming a sponsor for the the 16th Annual Turkey Fry & Benefit Concert, contact Lindsey Ray at [email protected].
The organization recently donated $10,000 during Loretta Lynn‘s Friends: Hometown Rising fundraising event, which to date has raised nearly $1 million for United Way of Humphreys County following the Aug. 21 floods.
Lawrence is celebrating his 30th anniversary in country music this year, and to commemorate the milestone has been releasing his Hindsight 2020 project through three volumes that include new music along with his classics that fans have enjoyed for three decades.
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