NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Music fans had the opportunity to see how their favorite artists travel while on the road.
The Tour Bus Show was held in Hendersonville on Monday.
Hunter Hays, Chris Stapleton, Darryl Worley, 3 Doors Down, and several others lined up their buses at the Walmart on 204 North Anderson Lane.
For a small fee, fans met with some of the musicians and looked inside their buses.
Proceeds from the event go toward Christmas 4 Kids. It’s a non-profit organization that makes sure children in need have a merry Christmas.
On Tuesday, 400 underprivileged students will be picked up from school by a tour bus. They will then go to Walmart where they’ll get $150 to spend on themselves.
“You’ll have children come and shop and spend all their money on gifts for their family members,” said country star Darryl Worley. “The whole thing is just a big ole blessing, and it’s a really good time of the year to be doing something like this.”
The children will also go to dinner and attend a party hosted by Santa and Mrs. Claus.
For more information about Christmas 4 Kids, click here.