Dolly Helps Flood Victims

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Tennessee native Dolly Parton is doing her part to help her beloved city of Nashville after the recent flooding. Having lived in Nashville for 46 years, Dollywood will donate the proceeds from all Dollywood, Dollywood Splash Country, and Dixie Stampede admission revenue this weekend (May 22 and 23) to help flood victims.

"It broke my heart when I saw all the people who lost everything they had." said Dolly. Dolly will also appear at the park that weekend to encourage attendees to give.

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