In the midst of her Christmas tour, Kacey Musgraves made a stop in New York City, where she performed on Good Morning America Wednesday morning (Nov. 30). The singer graced the stage with her version of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" with the help of some young singers.

Wearing a festive red dress for the occasion, Musgraves and her band sparkled in holiday attire — even her mic stand was decorated like a candy cane! An ode to Rudolph, the singer had the assistance of six young kids on the song, filmed live from New York City.

As Musgraves and her band performed the holiday standard, tables of viewers surrounded her to watch her lively performance. Fans of the singer can catch the remaining six dates of her Christmas tour, which kicks back up Dec. 8 in New York before ending its run Dec. 17 in Evansville, Ind.

"I’m making sure these are going to be some very magical nights!" Musgraves said in a press release announcing the tour.

Musgraves performed at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on Monday (Nov. 28) and it was a festive set for the eyes and ears. Her stage was decorated in lit Christmas trees and fake snow, and the singer herself looked like a present dressed in a white gown with a big red bow. Watch a clip of Musgraves performing "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" below as, fittingly, fake snow fell on the stage.

See Country Stars With Santa!