Carrie Underwood’s Son Isaiah Welcoming Visitors to Nashville is the Sweetest Thing


As CMA Fest begins to kick off, fans from all across the country, and across the world, descend on Nashville to enjoy four fun-filled days (or more) of country music. While those coming to town are unfamiliar with the city, Carrie Underwood’s son Isaiah wanted to make sure they felt welcomed.

Carrie took to Instagram to share a video of her son, waving to passersby and the went across the pedestrian bridge in downtown Nashville. 

“Anyone see this on the bridge today? Isaiah wanted all the #CMAfestgoers to feel welcome in our great city! 😂 #sweetboy #WelcomeToNashville,” Carrie wrote.

If you listen closely, you can hear the little guy continuously say, “Welcome, welcome and welcome to Nashville” And as people cross the bridge, some came over to give Isaiah a high five, to which he happily obliged. 

Carrie and Mike are obviously raising their son right, he’s friendly and welcoming to all who cross his path. Good job little man!

Isaiah’s mom, Carrie, will be partaking in CMA Fest festivities as she headlines the Nissan stadium show Friday night, June 8. Other acts joining Carrie, include Charley Pride, Brett Young, Jake Owen, Luke Combs, Blake Shelton and Old Dominion.