This holiday season, Universal Music Group Nashville has gone all-out in support of First Responders Children’s Foundation by hosting Parade of Trees, a display of Christmas trees personally and uniquely decorated by world-renowned country music artists Alan Jackson, Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, Josh Turner, Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, Eric Church, George Strait, Luke Bryan and Mickey Guyton.
The Parade of Trees is on display in the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee, now until January 2, 2022, featuring Christmas trees decorated specifically to the artist’s style or album theme, including Carrie Underwood’s white tree celebrating her Christmas album, My Gift (Special Edition), and Eric Church’s two trees, representing his albums Heart and Soul, colored red with an American theme and blue with a rock n’ roll theme.
In addition to their unique tree designs, country music’s biggest stars have donated spectacular “Once in a Lifetime” VIP experiences, including fly-aways, VIP concert experiences, exclusive merchandise and more, all to benefit First Responders Children’s Foundation.
VIP experiences feature Luke Bryan’s glittery “Live in Las Vegas” weekend adventure, including ‘Friends and Family’ tickets to a Luke Bryan show and a special pre-show margarita toast with Luke Bryan, and Alan Jackson’s “Ultimate Nashville VIP Experience”, with four day passes to CMA Fest 2022, Grand Ole Opry tickets and an exclusive tour backstage at the historic Opry.Proceeds raised will provide scholarships and mental health services to children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Each VIP experience will be available for bid online at www.CharityStars.com/