Thousands of country music fans attended the star-studded Together: Feeding Nashville benefit concert that featured performances from Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Maren Morris, Russell Dickerson, Lily Rose and lots of surprise guests. Nelly, Chris Tomlin, Chase Rice, Ryan Hurd, Breland and Blanco Brown were among the surprise guests, who wowed the capacity crowd with special appearances throughout the evening.
Presented by Barstool Sports’ Bussin’ With The Boys, the star-studded benefit concert on Tuesday (Aug. 3) marked the first-ever concert at the beautiful FirstBank Amphitheater, located inside the 138-acre Graystone Quarry in Thompson’s Station at the southern border of Franklin, TN. Together: Feeding Nashville raised funds and awareness to combat local food insecurity.
Led by Hayley and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard alongside Taylin and Tennessee Titans’ Taylor Lewan, the event raised over $450,000 for Feeding Nashville.
“We’re still on cloud nine and feeling overwhelmed with all of the love that everyone poured into TOGETHER: FEEDING NASHVILLE. So many lives will be impacted by the incredible generosity from our community and we are forever grateful,” Hayley Hubbard shared. “We’ll definitely be reliving this special night for a long time and dreaming up the next one!”
Taylin Lewan added, “Words can’t describe the support we have felt from our entire community. Our drive and devotion to serving Feeding Nashville is stronger than ever!”
FirstBank representatives brought Hayley Hubbard and Taylin Lewan to tears after presenting them with a $20,000 check to boost their fundraising efforts.
The concert featured an encore performance of “Cruise” alongside the entire lineup.
Founded in April 2020, Feeding Nashville is focused on continuing to provide healthy meals to at-risk students, low-income patients, and homeless individuals locally, while utilizing a network of regional chefs. With the help of main chef Ryan Reisdorf, Founder of in-home restaurant Placemat.
Feeding Nashville has prepared and delivered meals to 70,858 individuals since its launch, to learn more on you can get involved visit www.FeedingNashville.com.
See photos from the star-studded event below.