HARDY Pleads For Help For His Home State After Tornado
HARDY has reached out to his fans to ask for help for the victims of the devastating tornado outbreak in the South. His home state of Mississippi was hit hard with 25 people lost this past weekend (3/25-26).
The Governor of Mississippi, Tate Reeves, said in a press briefing, “This is a horrific event. It’s heartbreaking. There’s really no other way in which to describe it. It is absolutely heartbreaking.”
HARDY posted, “As most of you know, my home state of Mississippi, along with other areas of the South, were hit by severe tornados last weekend. The impact has been devastating. I ask those of you who are able to join me and others in donating to the Red Cross Southern Tornados and Storms Relief efforts.”
He continued, “Your donations at the link above will support the Red Cross’s efforts to make sure everyone has a safe place to stay. Has meals, emotional support, and comfort following this deadly tornado.”
He added, “I send all my love and prayers back home to Mississippi.”
Earlier this month (3/3), HARDY announced the next leg of his “the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour,” and Lainey Wilson will join him, as well as newcomer Dylan Marlowe.
HARDY said, “I believe I have two of the most authentic, talented acts out there opening for me on this run. I’m honored that Dylan and Lainey are a part of this tour. I am still in disbelief that I’m announcing my first arena tour. Fans, I will not let you down. This WILL be the greatest HARDY set you’ve ever seen. See y’all out there.”
“the mockingbird & THE CROW Fall Tour” will launch on August 31 in Knoxville, Tennessee, at Knoxville’s Civic Coliseum. The tour rolls through the end of 2023. Notable stops include Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium, Orange Beach, Alabama’s The Wharf, Biloxi’s Mississippi Coast Coliseum, and more.