Wolf at the Garden: Lee Brice with Hunter Hayes


The Live Garden at Memphis Botanic Garden
750 Cherry Rd
Memphis, TN 38117
United States

Event Description:

94.1 The Wolf and Your Mid-South Ford Dealers will host the 3rd Wolf at the Garden presented by Redeemers Group, starring LEE BRICE with special guest, Hunter Hayes presented by Mid-South Ford Dealers, Saturday night August 24, 2019.   The concert will take place on The Live Stage at Memphis Botanic Garden, where guests can sit underneath the stars and listen to great country music from Lee Brice and Hunter Hayes while surrounded by the beautiful landscape at the Memphis Botanic Garden.  

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This is an all-ages show; must be 21 or older, with a valid ID, to purchase alcoholic beverages. Food Trucks will be on site as well as multiple cash bars. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and/or lawn chairs. No coolers nor outside food/beverages will be allowed at this event. This is a RAIN OR SHINE concert event. You can find additional information on our “Know Before You Go” page. Follow us on Facebook for up to the minute information about the show at www.facebook.com/941thewolf!

Lee Brice has several chart topping singles including “Rumor”, “Boy”, “Love Like Crazy”, “Drinkin’ Class”, “Woman Like You”, “I Don’t Dance”, and ACM and CMA winning Song of the Year “I Drive Your Truck”. Brice has also had critical acclaim writing #1 songs for Garth Brooks “More than a Memory” and Eli Young Band “Crazy Girl”.

“There’s a lot of blues from the Mississippi River down from Memphis and all the way up to Chicago. South Carolina and the Southeast have their own thing, with Sister Hazel, Hootie & the Blowfish, the Allman Brothers, Tom Petty – beyond all the church music I was raised with. There’s a whole sound from ‘round here, and it runs through everything.”- Lee Brice

Hunter Hayes (“Wanted” “I Want Crazy” “Heartbreak”) became one of the hottest young country stars at the age of 19.  In addition to his incredible range as a performer, Hayes has mastered keyboards, the accordion, guitar, mandolin, bass, and percussion.  His number one song “Wanted” topped the U.S. country charts in 2012 and went quadruple platinum.