Maren Morris, Trisha Yearwood & More Country Stars Go All Out For ACM Party For A Cause Event — See Photos
Put on your country boots, y'all! Maren Morris, Trisha Yearwood and more stars went all out for the ACM Party for a Cause event, which was held at the Ascend Amphitheater in Nasville, Tenn., on August 24.
According to their website, this occasion "typically takes place surrounding the ACM Awards," but instead of having everyone come to Las Vegas, they moved everything to Music City instead.
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Scroll through the gallery below to see some of artists performing!
Carly Pearce kept it casual in jean shorts and a flowy top.
Keith Urban was excited to be there in real life!
"Real people!" he exclaimed.
"It's the most amazing feeling being back on the live stage," Urban added. "This is my first time since February last year."
The Australia native began his set by playing "Wild Hearts" — "a song for all the drifters and the dreamers in the audience tonight. It's a song for every one of you that is being told, 'you can't do what you want to do,' 'you can't follow your dreams,' 'you'll never make it,' 'you've got no hope.' This song is kind of a middle finger to all those people!"
The "My Church" songstress donned brown pants, a matching hat and a blue top.
"last night under the stars ✨🌖//," she captioned a black-and-white photo of herself on stage.
Mickey Guyton rocked suede blue boots with a white dress. "Performing all new songs last night was like a dream. ✨#ACMParty," she captioned some snapshots.
Tenille Townes looked like she had a blast playing guitar for the crowd.
"Such a fun time coming together for @acmliftinglives Party For a Cause! Nights like these in Nashville always make the heart feel good," she gushed in an Instagram message.
The country queen donned a black shirt with black pants and a white jacket.
"It was an honor to sing tonight at the @acmawards Party for a Cause. Thank you, Nashville for helping this community! You truly are lifting lives. Love one another! xo," she wrote.
And that's a wrap!