Reigning ACM and CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Carly Pearce announced a special event during CMA Fest. She held a pop-up closet event on Friday, June 9th from 4 - 6 p.m. at Noelle Nashville 200 Fourth Ave N. All proceeds went to a charity that is close to Pearce's heart: Music Health Alliance.
In an exclusive interview, Pearce told The Nash News Music Health Alliance was especially important to her due to their focus on providing services for mental health care. Each fan who bought an item was also gifted a photo of Pearce wearing the piece from one of her past events whether it was an award show, a music video, or a live performance on tour.
"I Just cleaned out my closet and it's time to find a new home for so many of my clothes. With many of you coming to Nashville this week for CMA Fest, it felt like the perfect time to host a pop-up shop to sell them and raise some money for a great cause," she wrote on Instagram.
At the event, Pearce showed up to take pictures and chat with her dedicated fans. Over $10,000 for Music Health Alliance which provides the industry with resources for health care.
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