Dolly Parton‘s first TV movie for NBC, Coat of Many Colors, premieres tonight (Dec. 10), and the country legend is celebrating its debut by giving fans opportunities to win some awesome prizes.

First up, The Boot has a Coat of Many Colors merch package to give away! One lucky reader will receive a patchwork blanket, a pillow, a ceramic mug and a quilted tote, all styled after Parton's famous coat. To enter to win, simply complete one, some or all of the activities in the entry form above: You can follow The Boot and Parton on Twitter, visit us and the country icon Facebook or sign up for our mailing list, among other options. Enter as many times as you want; the more activities you complete, the more entries you earn.

One winner will be selected out of all of the entries received after the contest ends on Dec. 20 at 11:59PM ET. Be sure to read The Boot’s official contest rules before entering, and good luck!

Parton is also offering one lucky winner and three guests a once-in-a-lifetime getaway in the Great Smoky Mountains. The winner will receive a tour of Parton's Tennessee Mountain Home, four season passes to Dollywood, one DreamMore Resort prize package, the complete Imagination Library book set, a Coat of Many Colors merch package, a $1,000 pre-paid gift card and four tickets, including a cast meet and greet, to Dixie Stampede and Lumberjack Adventure. For more information and to enter to win, visit Parton's official website.

Coat of Many Colors is based on Parton’s childhood and named after a single that she released in 1971. The movie, set in 1955, is “a family-oriented, faith-based story about the incidents in her and her family’s life around the time she was 9 years old.” Jennifer Nettles and Ricky Schroder play Parton’s mother and father, respectively, while Alyvia Lind plays young Parton.

“It really kind of evolves and details a lot of my whole life in bits and pieces. And it really shows family,” Parton says. “I don’t know if people, besides me, miss having shows like Little House on the Prairie or The Waltons, but it’s kind of like that. It just shows the simple life of back then, back when.

“[It’s] a show about people who made me who and what I am,” she continues. “It shows that I love music, and I love my folks … It’s really got a lot of great elements.”

Coat of Many Colors is set to premiere on Dec. 10 at 9PM ET on NBC.

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