Julia Capogrossi Helps Those in Need This Holiday Season At Christmas 4 Kids Tour Bus Show

home-page-or-social-media-follow-me-julia-capogrossi-june-8-2016-c-moments-by-moser-photography-813-copy-2With the holiday season in full swing, petite firecracker songstress Julia Capogrossi is continuing to spread good cheer to those in need…

She is gearing up to be a part of the Christmas 4 Kids Tour Bus Show, which will take place Monday, December 12, 2016f rom 5-9pm CST at Walmart Supercenter in Hendersonville, Tennessee. She will be joined alongside other artists that night including Chris Stapleton, 3 Doors Down, 38 Special, Darryl Worley, Shenandoah, among others.

I’m so excited about this event,” smiles Capogrossi. “What a great way for fans to see what life on a tour bus is all about. But the true reason we’re all here is to bring a memorable Christmas to those children in need and I’m so honored that Christmas 4 Kids invited me to be a part of this night.”

This annual event features dozens of celebrity buses all decked out with Christmas themes, giving fans an inside look at the artists’ home away from home. For a small donation of $5 for adults, $2 for children ages 2-12, and a maximum donation of $20 per family, fans can tour more than 50 tour buses and meet artists and celebrities inside every bus.

All proceeds go to the nonprofit organization, Christmas 4 Kids, that will supply Christmas shopping money to more than four hundred underprivileged children Tuesday night.

The rising country artist is bursting onto the country music scene with her much anticipated debut EP, “What I’m Thinkin’” and is not stopping anytime soon. After wrapping up a successful EP Release Party in both Nashville and her hometown of Stamford, Connecticut, she is gearing up for what’s to come in 2017.

For more information on Julia Capogrossi visit her website and follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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