The 42nd Annual Sunday Mornin’ Country is in the books, leaving unforgettable memories for all who performed and in attendance. Together, top Country and Gospel music artists celebrated their shared faith with inspirational and uplifting performances. The family-friendly event was held on Sunday, June 9th on the sacred stage at the Grand Ole Opry House. Mark your calendars now for June 8, 2025 as it promises to be another incredible show.

“The atmosphere at Sunday Mornin’ Country is incredible. So many talented individuals unite to sing songs about their faith. It feels like one big celebration!” said Music City Christian Fellowship President and Sunday Mornin’ Country Co-Producer Melanie Walker.

Co-Producer of Sunday Mornin’ Country – Lynn Fox expressed, “This has been one of our standout years. The hard work and dedication of everyone truly brought everything together. We cannot wait for next year.”

Artists and performances for this special celebration event included Adam Warner, Barbara Fairchild, Charlie McCoy, Chris Golden, Cowboy Joe & The Babcocks, Cutter & Cash and The Kentucky Grass, Dianne Sherrill, Holly Watson, John Berry, John McEuen, Larry Gatlin, Makenzie Phipps, Melanie Walker, Mike Farris, Music City Quartet, Tennessee River Boys, The Kody Norris Show, The Fox Brothers, The Isaacs and William Lee Golden and The Goldens.

Past years’ performers have included the talents of Jeannie Seely, John Berry, Skeeter Davis, Roy Acuff, Lynn Anderson, Jason Crabb, Chris Young, Jimmie Wayne, The Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, Freddy Hart, Grandpa Jones, Charlie McCoy, Vestal Goodman, Paul Richey, Marty Raybon, Ricky Skaggs, Connie Smith, Rhonda Vincent, The Whites, Tammy Wynette, Brenda Lee, Linda Davis, Jean Shepard and many others.

Sponsored by the Nashville-based nonprofit Music City Christian Fellowship, the concert wraps up the week at the conclusion of CMA Music Fest each year, leaving fans and guests with an uplifting memory of Nashville. Sunday Mornin’ Country is the longest-running country/gospel event during the music festival.