TYLER AND HAYLEY HUBBARD hosted their inaugural SIP & SWEAT at FGL HOUSE on Sunday (6/10). Keeping the good vibes flowing for the final morning of CMA Fest, all proceeds of the sold-out event benefitted the CMA Foundation’s mission to support music education programs around the nation. Yogis gathered on the vibey Cruise Rooftop for a one-of-a-kind empowering session under the direction of instructor Danielle Whitener of FreeBird. A few surprise celebrity guests and friends of the Hubbards, in addition to CMA & CMA Foundation Board member Karen Fairchild and CMA Board member Virginia Davis, were in attendance, as Music City MC Donald Jenkins kept the inspiring energies high under the venue’s vibrant multi-colored stage lights. Sponsored by Dulce Vida Spirits, Snap Fitness, and Topo Chico, each guest was gifted a yoga mat and water bottle plus treated to festive after-workout cocktails like the “Perfect Paloma” and “Skinny Margarita.”
For additional photos from the SIP & SWEAT launch party, click here.
To learn more about FGL HOUSE, please visit fglhouse.com.
ABOUT CMA FOUNDATION:
Established in 2011 as the philanthropic arm of the Country Music Association (CMA), the CMA Foundation is committed to improving and sustaining music education programs across the United States, working to ensure every child has the opportunity to participate in music education. Through strategic partnerships, professional development and grant distribution, the CMA Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), has invested more than $21 million in over 85 programs across the national public school system, after school programs, summer camps and community outreach organizations. Guided by the generosity of the Country Music community, proceeds from CMA Fest, the four-day long music festival held annually in Nashville, are used to power the CMA Foundation’s social impact and unique model of giving. For more information visit CMAfoundation.org.