Tracy Lawrence continued his yearly Thanksgiving tradition today (Nov. 22) by hosting his annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry at the Nashville Rescue Mission. Now in its 11th year, Tracy and his team have provided nearly 4,500 turkeys and cooked more than 65,000 meals to help feed Nashville’s homeless over the years.
“Thanksgiving is such a special time of year for me and my family—a time to share and be thankful for all that God has blessed us with,” said Tracy. “It’s also a very humbling time, knowing how much suffering and pain is going on in the world. It makes me treasure the opportunity that myself, my friends and my family have to give back to our community through the Nashville Rescue Mission. I will continue to be overwhelmed by the support and love that comes out to volunteer and donate to their fellow man during this week.”
For the second year in a row, the “Time Marches On” singer will host the Tracy Lawrence Mission Possible Charity Concert tonight (Nov. 22) at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon. Tonight’s concert features performances from Tracy, Big & Rich, Jerrod Niemann, Ben Rue and Halfway to Hazard, with proceeds benefiting the city’s hungry and homeless. Doors open at 6 p.m., and tickets can be purchased online for $20 (general) and $40 (VIP).
“It should be a great concert tonight, all the guys are donating their time to peform,” said Tracy. “Come on out and show your support.”
Check out a photo gallery of Tracy’s 11th annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry below.
photos by Jason Simanek