Washington, D.C. (10/14/22) – Join Safari Club International (SCI) as we stand strong to protect our hunting freedom at the 2023 Convention in Nashville, TN. SCI wants to deliver something special for all its members at the upcoming SCI Convention, and the convention nights will be full of must-see guests and entertainment from February 22-25, 2022.
Kicking off SCI’s Grand Opening dinner and auction on Wednesday night will be the dynamic voices of 90’s country legends Richie McDonald (formerly of Lonestar), Larry Stewart (of Restless Heart), and Tim Rushlow (formerly of Little Texas), now The Frontmen. From their rave review performances around the globe for our troops, to casinos, fairs, and corporate events, to their globally televised performance on the steps of the hallowed Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, The Frontmen are making their mark on the Country music scene. With their combined vocal and instrumental talents, The Frontmen deliver a high-energy show packed with fan favorites from their three award-winning and critically acclaimed bands and songs from some artists who have influenced them.
Gretchen Wilson will perform alongside the Frontmen at SCI’s Grand Opening dinner and auction. Her live show promises to bring even more energy to the evening, featuring familiar titles and a band that rocks as hard as the Redneck Woman. Enjoy this genuinely one-of-a-kind concert experience at Music City Center on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2023.
To register for the 2023 SCI Annual Convention, visit showsci.org or contact a registration agent; please dial 520-620-1220 or call toll-free at 888-746-9724.
About Safari Club International
For 50 years, Safari Club International (SCI) has been the leading defender of the freedom to hunt and a supporter of wildlife conservation worldwide.
SCI is unique in the scope of our ability to defend and advance our freedom to hunt. SCI is the only hunting rights organization with a Washington, D.C.- based international advocacy team and an all-species focus. SCI mobilizes our 152 chapters and affiliate network representing 7.2 million hunters around the world. The conservation projects of SCI’s sister organization, the SCI Foundation, support research, management and rural communities in North America, Africa and Central Asia. In addition, SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention is the world’s largest marketplace that celebrates our freedom to hunt.