The Tennessean called it a "first-of-its-kind show — at least during the COVID-19 pandemic — from any major entertainer in the United States." Keith Urban putting on a special performance for Vanderbilt University Medical Center frontline workers at the Stardust drive just outside of Nashville, TN.
Keith was quoted as saying he performed to "say thanks to the healthcare workers who are putting their lives on the line for us every day."
There were around 200 front line workers from Vanderbilt University Medical Center at the show including doctors, nurses and technicians. About 125 cars, which is half capacity at the drive in, were there for the hour-long set where people were using their cars headlights to applaud.
You can watch Keith Urban talk about his drive-in concert for front line workers HERE