Cleveland State Community College invites the community to the Hayden Coffman Concert on Friday, March 17, 8 p.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on the Cleveland State campus. Tickets are $10 and should be purchased in advance at haydencoffman.com.
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A Knoxville native, Hayden Coffman, is a rising country music star. Since the October 2022 release of his single, “Where's The Whiskey” and recent collaborations with artists Chase Matthew ("Raised In The Holler") and Trey Lewis ("Give A Country Boy A Call"), Hayden has amassed more than 40 million total streams to date, and his YouTube videos have topped 10 million total views. As of November 2022, Hayden is #18 on the Top 20 Growing Country Artists in America on YouTube and #7 for unsigned artists.
The concert coincides with the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave at Cleveland State, March 16-18. Over 400 students from colleges and universities across the southeast will travel to Cleveland for the conclave hosted by the CSCC Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society. The conclave provides college students with hands-on training in wildlife management and conservation. Activities include field trips, field competitions, game-calling competitions, quiz bowl, art and photography contests, guest speakers and many opportunities for professional development. The Southeastern Wildlife Conclave promotes networking and cooperation among students, faculty and wildlife professionals.
The proceeds from the Hayden Coffman Concert will go to offset conclave expenses for the Cleveland State Student Chapter of the TWS. One thousand tickets are available to the general public; Hayden Coffman will donate 450 tickets to the conclave participants.
Robert Brewer, CSCC Associate Professor of Natural Science and Director of the Greg A. Vital Center for Natural Resources and Conservation, said, "Hayden Coffman is a rising country music star with a very bright future. Now is a great time to come see him at Cleveland State Community College and help support the Cleveland State Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society."
For more information about the concert or the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave, contact Robert Brewer at 473-2342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.