Hang your stockings, decorate the tree, pour yourself a glass of Christmas cheer, and order your tickets for Country 102.5’s very special “Country Christmas Concert” to benefit Tufts Children’s Hospital on Wednesday, December 16th at 8pm!

Thanks to our friends at Broken Bow Records, Country 102.5’s Country Christmas Concert line-up is the musical gift that is sure to make anyone’s season bright:

  • Dustin Lynch 
  • Chase Rice 
  • Jimmie Allen 
  • Runaway June 
  • Lainey Wilson 
  • Elvie Shane  

We’re also making it super easy for you to safely stream this virtual concert experience from the comfort of your own home!

Tickets are only $10, with net proceeds going to help Tufts Children’s Hospital whose mission is to return their young patients to their very best childhood and treat them in a warm, compassionate family centered way like they have been doing for more then 125 years!

Plus, all this week listen to win your way in at 7am, 11am, 1pm, and 4pm. Just hear the cue to call and be the 25th caller to 888-819-1025.

Christmas, country music and helping a great local charity.  It’s a combination sure to make it a magical holiday for you and many others.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor New England Ford Dealers.

Brought to you in part by Saddleback Mountain Maine and Twisted Tea.

Learn more about Tufts Children’s Hospital:

For more than more than 125 years, Tufts Children’s Hospital – formerly Floating Hospital for Children – has been providing extraordinary care to sick and injured infants, children and teenagers. We are a full service children’s hospital with a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center and Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) located in downtown Boston. We provide care for 40,000 children and teens each year at our main hospital, as well as through a number of specialty centers throughout the region. At Tufts Children’s Hospital, we provide the highest level of pediatric care to keep kids healthy and get them back to living their best childhood.

What will we sacrifice to treat childhood disease? Anything. Except childhood.