Proceeds to benefit non-profit Hickory Hill Farm !!!

CMA, CMT and ACM nominated country duo Love and Theft will be headlining the inaugural Hope For Horses benefit concert hosted by Grand Ole Opry host Juliette Vara at Rock Bottom Stables on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, benefiting Hickory Hill Farm. Hickory Hill Farm is the only 501(c)(3) non-profit in Middle Tennessee specializing in rescuing livestock and equine animals from abusive conditions, then rehabilitating, retraining and even rehoming those animals. All proceeds from this event will go directly towards the rescuing and rehabilitation efforts. Hope For Horses will be a great family-friendly event for all ages that will feature a Kids' Zone available from 4pm until 6pm that will include face painting, roping practice and a photo booth. Afterwards, the concert will kick off with Aaron Holt, Stevie Monce, Nik and Sam, Kylie Frey, Logan Tucker, Jimmy Yeary, and Andy Griggs. Curb Records recording artists Mo Pitney ("Country", "Clean Up On Aisle Five") and Love and Theft ("Angel Eyes", Whiskey Breath") will close out the event. Hope for Horses is destined to become an annual event where both animal and music lovers can come together to support a great cause for the Middle Tennessee community. For more information on Hickory Hill Farm and what they do, please visit Who: Love and Theft, Mo Pitney, Andy Griggs, Kylie Frey and more. Hosted by Juliette Vara What: Inaugural Hope For Horses Benefit Concert When: Wednesday, May 16, 2018. Doors open at 4pm, concert starts at 7pm Where: Rock Bottom Stables, 594 Northern Rd, Mount Juliet, TN 37122 Tickets: $25 at the door, $20 online and can be purchased HERE Please contact us if you would be interested in either pre-coverage of the performance in the form of a phone or in-person interview or if you wish to attend the performance for on-site coverage and interviews.
### About Hickory Hill Farm: Hickory Hill Farm is a Registered 501c3 Non-profit that was founded by a small group of people who felt an overwhelming need to give back to their community on several different levels. This group of people all had one thing in common: They all shared an undeniable passion for helping animals as well as people. Over the course of several months and various round table meetings, the dream of Hickory Hill Farm was developed to meet the needs of both people and livestock animals, and the founders began turning their dream into a reality. Hickory Hill Farm strives to accomplish our mission by having three basic functions, which can be found in our motto: “Rescue, Play, Heal”. Our network of foster farms throughout Tennessee each embody this concept.

The rescue division of Hickory Hill Farm exists to rescue, rehabilitate, retrain if needed, and rehome each equine or livestock animal that comes through our barn doors. Our rescue team exists primarily to assist law enforcement; however, as our resources are available, we do, from time to time, consider owner surrenders. There is a sanctuary program that provides lifetime care to some animals, as well. Animals in our sanctuary program will always have a home at Hickory Hill.

The play portion at Hickory Hill Farm involves the fun activities that happen at HHF. We welcome people to the farm for certain events or activities.

The final important aspect of Hickory Hill Farm is its’ ability to provide healing. Our farms are a peaceful “retreat” for people and animals alike. Everyone is welcome at the farm regardless of race, religion, past hardships, etc, and we strive to have events that will accommodate specific needs as they arise. It is our goal for people and animals to leave our farm in a better place than when they arrived.