Dolly Parton is country music royalty. She may also be the queen of Christmas specials. Earlier today, she announced yet another chance to experience her infectious holiday spirit. In addition to starring in a Netflix Christmas movie and hosting a holiday special on CBS, Dolly will be performing a live Christmas show on Pandora. And she’ll also be bringing along some special guests.
Dolly’s Pandora Live Christmas Special will air December 4th at 9 PM Eastern Time. All you have to do to attend is head over to the event page and RSVP. The event is free, you just have to sign up for a ticket. If you tune in early, you can get in on pre-show perks. These perks include artist trivia and the ability to chat with other fans.
Dolly is Bringing Friends
Dolly Parton knows enough about Christmas specials to know that they’re better with some company. Her guests will be gospel singer Tasha Cobbs Leonard, singer-songwriter Carly Pearce, and country singer Brett Eldredge. Pearce and Eldredge have taken to Twitter to announce their involvement as well as their excitement.
Brett is joining queen @DollyParton for her virtual @PandoraMusic holiday event on Dec. 4th! He’ll be ringing in the holidays with special songs, memories and much more. RSVP now to this free #PandoraLive show: https://t.co/rApTBAlpAa pic.twitter.com/vXJ88IXs3j— Brett Eldredge (@bretteldredge) November 20, 2020
Veteran country performer Carly Pearce tweeted:
13 years ago, I was a performer in the “Christmas in the Smokies” show at @Dollywood. I am beyond excited to share with y’all that I will be a part of @DollyParton’s #pandoralive holiday event on December 4th.🎄RSVP to the free @pandoramusic event here: https://t.co/NgPxpbI3Zm pic.twitter.com/ppBzjgipCS— Carly Pearce (@carlypearce) November 20, 2020
A Bright Spot in the Dark
While this holiday season may be marred with COVID-19 restrictions and other family divides, it’s nice to know there are still some nice things to look forward to. Dolly Parton has a history of Christmas albums, films, and, specials. This year, however, they feel a little more special.