Michael J. Fox and Wife Tracy Pollan Get Into the Country Spirit at Charity Event

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 11: Tracy Pollan and Michael J. Fox attend the 2024 National Board of Review Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street on January 11, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)

Michael J. Fox and his wife, Tracy Pollan, put a country spin on their latest night out as the two stepped out for a charity event benefitting the Back to the Future star's Michael J. Fox Foundation.

The actor held one of his annual benefits, A Country Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson's, at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday, April 2, featuring a cocktail supper curated by Chef Trevor Moran, who operates local favorite Locust Restaurant followed by performances from Sheryl Crow, Little Big Town, and Jason Isbell.

The couple posed on the red carpet before the festivities began, expertly meeting the dress code of country chic. Pollan wore a denim dress with puffed sleeves, leaving her blonde hair down in curly waves and adding a pop of color with light red lipstick.

Meanwhile, Fox rocked a pair of black jeans and matching jacket with a Nashville patch over a green t-shirt.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - APRIL 02: (L-R) Tracy Pollan and Michael J. Fox attend "A Country Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson's" benefitting The Michael J. Fox Foundation, at The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts on April 02, 2024 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images for The Michael J. Fox Foundation)<p>Terry Wyatt/Getty Images</p>

The two appeared to ride solo for the event, though three of their four kids, Sam, 34, and twin daughters Aquinnah and Schuyler, 29, accompanied their parents to another annual benefit, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson's, in New York City in November. They also share also share a younger daughter, Esmé, 22.

Despite recently calling his 33-year battle with Parkinson's "a gift," affording him “an audience to talk about what’s possible,” he still hopes to see a cure "before I get on the bus and head to the next parking lot.”

While he knows there's a long road to travel to reach that point, research funded by his foundation recently identified a way that may allow Parkinson's patients to be diagnosed as toddlers, which would allow for earlier treatment and intervention, so the future is looking bright.

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