Miley Cyrus Performed a Free Pride Concert in Nashville Last Night


Miley Cyrus brought live music back to Nashville last night, with a free concert for vaccinated fans at the Ryman last night to celebrate Pride Month. The concert was announced last week, and fans could could request tickets with proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The special is set to stream on Peacock on June 25th, and because of the rules inside the Ryman there aren't a lot of pictures or videos out there, so for the most part we'll have to wait until then to watch it. But here's what we DO know about the show.

We know the show featured a TON of special guests, including Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and the Brothers Osborne. Someone even got their hands on a set list for the show.

We also know what the set looked like...and LOOK at this cool rainbow arch that sat center stage for the event!

The best part, though?

A FULLY PACKED RYMAN AUDITORIUM singing every word to every song. The one video that's been circulating is from Miley, barely audible over the crowd, singing her anthem "We Can't Stop", and it's the most beautiful sound we've heard in months.

What a super cool, only in Nashville moment, and it's awesome to be able to talk about things like this now that the world is digging out of the pandemic.

The "Stand By You" special airs is just the first part of Miley's partnership with NBCUniversal, It airs on June 25th on the new Peacock app.