Fast-rising bluegrass guitarist Billy Strings will host his second annual “String The Halls” benefit concert at Nashville, TN’s Marathon Music Works on Saturday, December 21st. On Monday, Strings shared more details on the special guests who will join him in at the sold-out performance including drummer Kris Myers (Umphrey’s McGee), singer/guitarist Molly Tuttle, guitarist Dave Bruzza (Greensky Bluegrass), and more.

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Other artists set to join strings at his upcoming holiday benefit include bluegrass mandolinist Sierra Hull, guitarist Larry Keel, Lindsay Lou, Jack Pearson (The Allman Brothers Band), bluegrass fiddle player Michael Cleveland, mandolinist Jenni Lyn (Della Mae), and more to be announced closer to the event.

As previously announced, Strings’ upcoming event will benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission, a Christ-centered community committed to helping the hungry, homeless, and hurting by providing programs and services that focus on a person’s entire life—physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social.

Fans who cannot make it to 2019 “String The Halls” can catch Billy Strings on tour early next year. The guitarist’s 2020 campaign will begin with a two-night run at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre on January 17th-18th.

Head to Strings’ website for tickets and tour info.