Redneck Night 5

20May 2016




On May 28, 2016 the fifth edition of West Virginia Power Redneck Night at Appalachian Power Park is bringing back all the redneckery you can handle: A sleeveless t-shirt giveaway, a pregame concert and a Redneck Prom!

Last year for the fourth installment of Redneck Night at Appalachian Power Park, the crowd soared to 5,425 fans, the most in the history of Redneck Night. The previous best Redneck Night attendance came in 2013 when 4,001 fans came to Appalachian Power Park. 

"We have had some fun over the years with this promotional night," stated Tim Mueller, the General Manager of the West Virginia Power. 

The night also included a camo hat giveaway presented by Bert Wolf Ford and an appearance by members of the cast of Appalachian Outlaws on the History Channel.
This year’s Redneck night will start with a concert featuring national recording artist Love and Theft. They have several top ten hits including: 

“Angel Eyes” 



 Love and Theft will take the stage for a 45 minutes set before the first pitch and the concert will continue for another 90 minutes after the last out!  Bert Wolfe Ford returns as the nights sponsor and the first 1000 rednecks threw the gate will receive a sleeveless camo t-shirt.  

Redneck Night is an award winning promotion at Appalachian Power Park and I have had the pleasure of attending most all of them.  It always proves to be one of the most fun filled nights of the seasons. My favorite of all was the 2013 Redneck wedding.  A local couple was wed during the 7th inning stretch with Duck Dynasty star Tim “Mountain Man” Guraedy presiding over the ceremony.  

Be sure to come out and enjoy all the excitement and spectacle of the 5th Annual West Virginia Power Redneck Night at Appalachian Power Park in Hip, Historic… Almost Heaven Charleston, West Virginia. Oh, watch out you may just get redneckafied before it’s over!







By: Todd Morris

 WV Power enthusiast and proud member of the elite Toast Section Crew! 

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