Hunter Hayes rocked the stage at the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 6 in Las Vegas. The singer moved the crowd with an emotional performance dedicated to ending child hunger.
Hunter Hayes, 22, gave one of the best performances of his life at the ACM Awards ceremony. The “Wanted” singer wanted everyone to acknowledge the growing number of hungry child, not only in this country but around the world, and dedicated his song “Invisible” to the movement to end child hunger.
Hunter Hayes ACM Performance Lifts Crowd Out Of Their Seats
Hunter has taken center stage in the fight to end child hunger. Before he performed he let everyone know about the “Child Hunger Ends Here” campaign — a movement to end child hunger through purchasing everyday groceries at your local store.
The “What You Gonna Do” singer told everyone what they could do, through song, to join the fight, and the audience responded. We’re pretty sure more than a few from the awards ceremony’s audience are going to join Hunter’s campaign and buy a few extra groceries.
Hunter Rocks The Stage & Moves The Crowd At The 49th Annual ACM Awards
Before tonight’s big performance, David Nail and Hunter kicked off the ACM week in Las Vegas on April 3 with a free show at the outdoor event space The LINQ.
Fans piled into the space situated near Bally’s Las Vegas and Flamingo Las Vegas on Las Vegas Boulevard South to see the two country studs and pose for pictures in front of the High Roller — a world record 550-foot Ferris wheel, reports the Tennessean.
“It set up the whole weekend,” Hunter said of the April 3 concert. “The weekend is about music, and it is about our love of getting to play music, and it is about the fans.”
What did you think of his ACM performance HollywoodLifers? Did you enjoy it as much as we did?
— Bryant Perkins
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