‘Catfish Crawl’ helps Humane Society
The Humane Society of Dickson County’s Board of Directors and the Dickson Downtown Merchants Association will be hosting the “Catfish Crawl” on Saturday, October 18th, beginning at 6 p.m. with musical performances by Bernie Nelson and Craig Morrison.
The “Catfish Crawl” will take place on North Main Street, downtown Dickson.
The event will feature local restaurants and caterers frying catfish on Main Street.
“The Catfish Crawl is an all you can eat farewell to summer event. So bring your appetite and sample some of the best catfish around” said Linda Griffin HSDC Board Member. “We are thankful Sisters Restaurant and Roy Welcher for volunteering their time to cook their famous recipes,” Griffen added.
Ticket holders will also be treated to a special concert with two performers who are making waves on Nashville’s country music scene.
Hot off of his new record Release titled “Blue” Bernie Nelson will take the stage and perform his latest hit song along with others. Bernie has a successful career. His songs have sold over 25 million copies with multi-platinum cuts on the works of major artists such as Conway Twitty, Ricky Van Shelton, Kenny Chesney, Wynonna, Colin Raye, Confederate Railroad, Chris Ledoux, Kris Kristofferson, and John Anderson.
The line up doesn’t stop there. Australian born and Nashville resident, Craig Morrison will perform his new song “Phone Call (Boom Boom)” from his debut epic record. Craig’s singles 'Fences' and ‘Hot Kinda Love’, smashed up the country radio and video charts, making it into the Top 30 on CMC and gained award winning recognition. “The first song I ever learnt was a country song. I love music that describes your life, makes you think, makes you smile…” says Morrison.
The 1st Annual “Catfish Crawl” is sponsored by Benefits Inc., Parker Peery Properties, Rep. David Sheppard, Beth Thornton, Batson & Phillips Heating and Air, First Insurance Partners, Preston Thompson’s Carpeting Shoppe, and more.
Admission is $35, for tickets please visit any of the down town merchants on Main Street or dial 615-878-9736. Tickets will also be available the day of the event.
Proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Dickson County a non-profit organization, who mission is to provide shelter and care for pets who have been abused, abandoned, or to give a voice and shelter to unwanted, abandoned and abused animals in the Dickson community.
See their promotional video below:
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