Mayday Brewery to host 5th annual Redneck-themed fundraiser.

Mayday Brewery invites local craft beer lovers to release their inner redneck for its 5th annual Hot Chicken & JortsSouth celebration. Yes, that is “jorts,” as in blue jeans cut into shorts.

Admission is free and the event will be held from 12:00-11:00 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26, at Mayday Brewery, the event will serve as a fundraiser for The Oasis Center, a Nashville-based non-profit for at-risk teens.

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken will provide its famous hot chicken all day. Hattie B’s has two locations in Nashville and has quickly become a favorite hot chicken spot for locals and out-of-towners alike. For those with less adventurous pallets, local food trucks My Roots and JPop’s will be serving delicious food.

“Cut your jean shorts just a little too short, comb your mullet and let that beer belly hang out,” says Nelson, founder of Mayday Brewery, calling the event “a redneck costume party. There will be a photo booth, and an outdoor cash bar, so bring some cash, slather some sunscreen, and bring lawn chairs.”

Former Queen of the Trailer Park Kristen “Cupcake” Ray will be the Grand Master of this year’s Trailer Park Parade to be held at 6:00pm ending with a contest to crown King and Queen of the Trailer Park2017. The King and Queen will each take home a Mayday Jug of Fun.

In addition to craft brews and hot chicken, the Hot Chicken & Jorts party will feature live music starting at 4:00p.m. with blues/rock performances by The Loose Hinges, Andrew White and Red Wine Hangover.

More info…
What: Hot Chicken & Jorts
When: 12:00-11:00 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26
Where: Mayday Brewery, located at the corner of Kings Highway and Old Salem Road in downtown Murfreesboro

Admission is Free. Pints of Mayday beer $5-$7 and Hattie B’s Hot Chicken $8.50 and up.
Bonus: A percentage of pint sales to benefit The Oasis Center

 

About Oasis Center
The OASIS Center is one of the nation’s leading youth-serving organizations, offering safety and support to Nashville’s most vulnerable and disconnected youth, while seeking to also teach young people how to transform the conditions that create problems for them in the first place.