McNulty’s Taproom hosts Wade Hayes, animal shelter fundraiser on Friday

BLYTHEWOOD – When American country music artist Wade Hayes comes to McNulty’s Taproom in Blythewood Friday night, he’ll be making two appearances. One, his big show, will open at 10 p.m. inside the restaurant. The other will be from 7 – 8 p.m. out front in the WCOS tent, where Hayes will be partnering with the Fairfield County Animal Shelter to bring awareness to the needs of shelter animals and visiting with his animal-loving fans.

“Wade’s newest release, ‘Who Saved Who?’ is about his own rescued dog,” McNulty’s Taproom owner Larry ‘Trippy’ Phillips explained. “He wants fans to bring donations of dog food, dog treats, dog toys, leashes/ collars, blankets, dog beds etc. to help with the needs of the Fairfield County Animal Shelter, and they will receive a free autograph and photo of Wade. They can even have a photo taken with him,” Phillips said.  “And there will be puppies and other pets on site for adoption,” Phillips said.  “It’s going to be lots of fun.”

To hear Hayes perform his new release as well as his hits from the 90’s, purchase a ticket for $35, reserve a table (hightops, $50 and lowtops, $100) and stay for the 10 p.m. performance, where he will be singing fan favorites such as On A Good Night, Old Enough to Know Better, What I meant to Say and I’m Still Dancing with You.

The WCOS tent will be out front from 6 – 8 p.m. Hayes will join WCOS from 7 – 8 p.m. The Yarborough Brothers will open the evenings’ entertainment at 9 p.m.

“It’s filling up fast,” Phillips said. “It’s going to be a big night here in Blythewood – great music and great food. It’s a show you don’t want to miss.”

For information or to purchase tickets, call 803-834-4037. McNulty’s Taproom is located at 420 McNulty St., in Blythewood.