Inaugural Hangover Fest Celebrates Sold Out Show, $57,000 Raised

The Morning Hangover, a multi-media country music news and entertainment platform, sold out the House of Blues Las Vegas for its first-ever Hangover Fest on Sunday night (March 6).

Benefitting ACM Lifting Lives, the event featured performances from more than a dozen country acts, including Dustin Lynch, Hardy, Jordan Davis, Scotty McCreery, Lainey Wilson, Drew Baldridge, Adam Doleac, Morgan Evans, Caitlyn Smith, Tenille Townes, Lacy Kaye Booth, Hannah Ellis, Jordan Fletcher, Breland, Kat & Alex, Conner Smith, and comedian Dusty Slay.

Molson Coors Board Chairman, Pete Coors, presented a check for $50,000 to ACM Lifting Lives on behalf of presenting sponsor Coors Light. Multi-Platinum entertainer Chris Young also made a surprise appearance and performance before adding a personal donation of $7,000 in celebration of 7 nominations at the 2022 ACM award show.

“The live music experience is the heart-beat of The Morning Hangover,” shares TMH Founder and Publisher Kurt Bardella. “I started The Morning Hangover so that artists I believed in like the ones we had on our stage last night could have a bigger platform to share their songs, stories, and connect directly with the fanbase. The Morning Hangover is about discovery and elevating the new and diverse voices of country music. I am so grateful to everyone who took part of #HangoverFest22 and helped make it such a huge success.”

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