Country music is bigger than ever, and that might be because it's for the whole family.

If you are a parent (or really cool aunt, uncle, grandparent, etc.) and thinking about taking a child in your life to their first concert, you may have some questions. Mainly, what's the best country concert to take kids to?

Before we get into that, it's important to note that everyone is different and at the end of the day it's up to the child's guardian which artists are appropriate for them. That said, you'll also want to do some research on how to best keep kids safe at concerts and don't forget about ear protection for the little ones (and yourself).

Now, let's talk about music!

Ironically, country music is largely known for its cheating and drinking songs, but somehow it still manages to keep a good rap when it comes to family-friendly values.

Country stars boast of long happy marriages, sing with their wives,  bring their babies on stage, and sing about their love for faith and country. These family values keep bringing people back and passing this genre down through generations.

Religious songs are popular in the genre from artists like Carrie Underwood's "Jesus Take the Wheel," Scotty McCreery's "Red-Letter Blueprint," Blake Shelton's "Savior's Shadow," and many more which show love for good faith values.

How many songs like Thomas Rhett's "Maw Maw's House," Kenny Chesney's "I Called Mama," and Jake Owen's "Homemade," showing a deep love for family fill the charts?

There are many more examples of the core love of family and positive impact of country music to the world with artists like Walker Hayes who blew up on TikTok doing fun dances with his sweet daughter to his hit "Fancy Like," Reba's hit family drama TV show, and Carrie Underwood winning Idol to become country music's biggest powerhouse vocalist.

Country songs are for the most part clean and you wouldn't be afraid to blast a country playlist while your kids are in the car. The concerts reflect the same, and here's a list of some of the most kid-friendly concerts to take your kids to.

Nicole Taylor is part of Taste of Country Mornings with Wood and Nicole that can be heard every morning LIVE on and on the Taste of Country app from 6-10 am Central. Based in Nashville, the two hosts talk with country artists and go deep into the latest in the world of country music, every weekday.

Best Country Concerts to Take Your Kids to

Here's a complete list of the best country concerts to take your kids to.

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