On Friday, December 12th Nashville’s favorite sing-along bus tour, the Music City Rollin’ Jamboree, rolled through the streets of Nashville with some very precious cargo. The bus was bursting with excitement as the kids sang Christmas songs. Kelly Clarkson and Reba McEntire jumped on the bus to surprise everyone and join in the singing, which brought the tour to a frenzy.
The Jingle Strong Jamboree ended at the Thistle Stop Café for a private concert, where the kids and their families were treated to food, new friendships and more music from Kelly, Reba and Devon. They were then surprised by the Nashville Film Festival’s executive director, Ted Crockett, who revealed that a short documentary of the evening will be shown at the 2015 Nashville Film Festival and that they would be invited to walk the red carpet. To round out the evening, Reba and Kelly took the time to individually meet each amazing kid and offer their encouragement.
“I had a wonderful time on the Jamboree’s magic bus and Thistle Farms last week. Getting to see the smiles on those children’s faces warmed my heart. So blessed to be a part of such a special event.”
– Reba McEntire
“Joining the kids for the Jingle Strong Jamboree was truly something special. It made my heart happy to be singing and laughing with everybody.”
– Kelly Clarkson
The Music City Rollin’ Jamboree is a one-of-a-kind sightseeing experience, featuring country music, comedy, historic sites and even the occasional celebrity guest! Passengers on the Rollin’ Jamboree are guided to some of the most popular areas of downtown Nashville and Music Row – including the Country Music Hall of Fame and historic Broadway – and participate in an unforgettable country music sing-along along the way. The Music City Rollin Jamboree is currently ranked one of the top ten best things to do in Nashville by the world renowned travel site, Trip Advisor. For more information or to reserve your spot today, visit www.musiccityrollinjamboree.com or call (615) 430-3109.