Concert lineup includes Dustin Lynch, Michael Ray, Lainey Wilson and others
Tracy Lawrence has announced the return of the 16th Annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert, presented by LHC and ABEC, supporting the work of Nashville Rescue Mission as it continues to serve those in need. Taking place on November 23rd, ahead of the official “Tracy Lawrence Day,” this year’s event will include the annual turkey fry event held in the parking lot of Nashville Rescue Mission and then head over to SkyDeck at Assembly Hall for a benefit concert featuring Lawrence and some of his friends including Dustin Lynch, Michael Ray, Lainey Wilson and more.
Tickets for the Mission:Possible Benefit Concert are on-sale this Friday, September 24th via Eventbrite with all proceeds from this year’s show going to support the work of Nashville Rescue Mission.
Additional funds raised annually through Mission:Possible are allocated throughout the year to those in need. Just recently, the organization donated $10,000 during Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising fundraising event, which to date has raised nearly $1 million for United Way of Humphrey’s County following the August 21st disaster that killed 20 during severe storms and extreme flash floods and left more than 500 homes affected by floodwaters.
This year, Lawrence is celebrating his 30th anniversary in country music. To commemorate this momentous milestone, Lawrence has been releasing his Hindsight 2020 project through three volumes that include all-new music along with his classic hits that fans have fallen in love with for three decades.