Chris Stapleton just secured his place on Santa's "nice" list this season. The "Nobody to Blame" singer was recently announced as one of the newest participants in the 2016 Christmas 4 Kids annual Tour Bus Show.

Stapleton is just one of the many musicians opening up his tour bus for the charity event. He joins acts including Darryl Worley, 3 Doors Down, James Robert Webb, TG Sheppard and more, who will all be at the Hendersonville, Tenn., Walmart at 204 North Anderson Lane on Monday (Dec. 12) to open their tour buses to fans, giving them an inside look as to how the stars live while on the road.

The day following the event, hundreds of underprivileged students across almost 30 schools in Middle Tennessee will enjoy a luxury ride in a musician's tour bus to the Hendersonville Walmart for an all-day shopping event, where they'll receive $150 to spend on whatever they choose, in addition to a new coat for the winter season. The children will also be treated to dinner and a party with St. Nick and Mrs. Claus.

Admission to the 2016 event is $5 for adults, $2 for children ages 2-12 and $20 for a family pass; admission for children under 2 is free. Taylor Swift, Trisha Yearwood, Chris Young and Hunter Hayes are just a few of the country stars that have participated in the cause in the past.

For more than 20 years, Christmas 4 Kids has helped thousands of children in need across Middle Tennessee experience the joy of Christmas. The event precedes the Charlie Daniels and Friends concert to benefit Christmas 4 Kids. This year's concert is set to take place at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on Dec. 21, featuring the Marshall Tucker Band, Montgomery Gentry, Ray Stevens, Aaron Tippin and more.

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