Earlier this month, Lawrence announced that his yearly Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Free Benefit Concert will go ahead on November 24, aimed at feeding the homeless and raising money for shelters in Nashville. The “Time Marches On” star will fry up dozens of turkeys to distribute while following all COVID-19 safety precautions, with a virtual concert following to raise funs for the Nashville Rescue Mission. And now we know who will join him on the virtual stage.
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There’s a lot going on in the world right now, but it’s important to me that we carry on our traditional Turkey Fry & Benefit Concert to feed the homeless. Now more than ever, people are hurting and we want to do all we can to help. The concert will be live streamed for FREE on Nov. 24, but we have exclusive merchandise available to help raise funds at the link in my bio. I appreciate everyone that has supported this event for the last 14 years & look forward to this being the best year yet!
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Along with McGraw and Swindell, the Turkey Fry Benefit concert will also feature performances from Chris Young, John Rich, Mitchell Tenpenny, songwriter David Tolliver and more, and this year fans can tune in free via TalkShopLive. T-shirts and other items are available for purchase, and Lawrence says he’s determined to keep the tradition going.
“There’s a lot going on in the world right now, but it’s important to me that we carry on our traditional Turkey Fry & Benefit Concert to feed the homeless,” he writes on social media. “Now more than ever, people are hurting and we want to do all we can to help.”
Since the event’s kick off in 2006, Tracy Lawrence and his Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Free Benefit Concert have helped raise nearly $1 million dollars and prepared approximately 93,000 meals for families in need.