Carly Pearce will spend this afternoon (Friday, June 10th) in downtown Nashville as part of CMA Fest when she gives her fans the opportunity to shop her closet. All proceeds from her haul will aid Music Health Alliance’s mission to provide free healthcare advocacy and support to more than 18,000 music industry members across 49 states. Carly’s Closet: A Pop-Up Shop Supporting Healthcare for the Music Industry opens at Noelle (200 Fourth Avenue North) today from 4-6 p.m. CT.
Carly said, “I recently did some spring cleaning and found that I had so many clothes that need new owners. Who better to pass them along to than my fans!? With so many people coming to Nashville this week, it felt like the perfect time to host a pop-up shop and raise some money for a great cause.”
She hand-selected over 100 items of clothing, shoes, and accessories from her personal collection. Fans will have the chance to purchase wardrobe pieces from the “Next Girl” music video, the 2021 ACM Awards, and several media and concert appearances. The event will be cashless so all purchases will be made with credit and debit cards.
Fans across the country can also participate in Carly’s Closet online when a few items become available for sale exclusively on the leading live commerce platform TalkShopLive. For more details visit Carly's Instagram.
Following the pop-up, Carly heads to Nissan Stadium for her first solo appearance at CMA Fest's main stage. She continues on Kenny Chesney‘s Here & Now Tour for the rest of the summer.