Who wouldn’t want country superstar Carrie Underwood at their Easter dinner?
Although she won’t be joining anyone’s in-person family dinners, Carrie Underwood will be hosting a virtual Easter concert. Fans can tune in to listen to her perform songs from her new gospel album, My Savior. It doesn’t get a whole lot better than easter egg hunts, ham, and a free Carrie Underwood concert. So, if you’re hooked and want to know all the details, keep reading!
How Can Fans Watch Carrie Underwood’s Virtual Concert?
Before you start making those hot cross buns, make sure you schedule in time to watch the concert. Fans can stream the concert for free via Underwood’s Facebook page. The concert will begin on Sunday, April 4th at 11 am EST, just in time for some post-mass tunes. But if you’re attending a later mass or have big Easter brunch plans, don’t worry. The concert will be available on Facebook for two days after Easter. And if you can’t wait until then to listen to Carrie Underwood’s new songs, pick-up her new album – My Savior is now available!
Will Anyone Else Be Joining Her?
Yes! C’mon, you can’t have a special Easter concert without inviting some special guests. Gospel legend Cece Winans will join Carrie Underwood to perform their song “Great Is Thy Faithfulness.” Additionally, singer-songwriter, Bear Rinehart, will also be featured during “Nothing But the Blood of Jesus.” You can also expect to hear Underwood’s songs, “Victory in Jesus,” and “Amazing Grace.”
A Few Other Exciting Details
If you read all of that and groaned, “Ugh, another virtual performance from a celebrity’s living room,” don’t worry! Carrie Underwood is opting for a real concert venue for this performance. She’ll be streaming live from Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. And if Easter gets you in the giving spirit, you can donate to the Save the Children organization during the live stream. Donations will be accepted for 48 hours after the concert as well.
“It means so much to be able to bring this event to people in their homes on a day that holds so much meaning for us spiritually,” said Underwood. “And to be able to raise much-needed funds and awareness for the incredible work of Save the Children as we celebrate the importance of family.”