Nashville, Tenn. (November 20, 2020) — Today Christmas 4 Kids (C4K) announced supporting talent for its Phil Vassar & Friends virtual concert, set for MondayNovember 23 at 7:00 p.m. / CTOld Dominion‘s Matt Ramsey, STYX‘s Tommy Shaw, Lonestar, Craig Morgan, Jeffrey Steele, David Lee MurphyTerri Clark, David Nail, Billy Dean, Abby Anderson andLexie Haydenare set to join Vassar during the live online event. 

“While we hate that we’re not able to have our annual Ryman Concert, we are so very thankful for Phil Vassar and these talented artists who are willing to take their time to help provide a great Christmas for 400 kids,” says C4K president Linda O’Connell. “It’s been a challenging year, but with the help and support of our local community, we’ll be putting smiles on kids’ faces. What could be better?” 

Online tickets are $25.00 each and can be purchased at Virtual concertgoers can also opt to Sponsor A Child for $175.00. This package includes an online ticket as well as a virtual meet and greet with Vassar. 

“Giving is even more important this year since our fundraising outlets have been limited,” adds O’Connell. “We hope that you will join us online this Monday evening!” 

Due to current social distancing restrictions, the shopping spree will be done a little differently this year. Each child will still receive the $150.00 shopping spree, but the kids will provide “wish lists” to volunteers who will personally shop for them at the Hendersonville Walmart on December 7-8. The Christmas gifts will then be delivered to the children at their appropriate schools on December 15. 

For more information on Christmas 4 Kids, to donate online or to purchase tickets to upcoming events, visit

About Christmas 4 Kids

Christmas 4 Kids is a not-for-profit organization that has been in existence for over three decades. Each year, the organization provides hundreds of underprivileged children in Middle Tennessee with their very own Christmas shopping spree. The funds generated from the annual Ryman concert and Tour Bus Show/artist meet-and-greet event, are used to give many children, from nearly 30 schools, a day-long shopping excursion.   

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