Walker Hayes; Photo Provided, Walker Hayes Corn Maze; Photo Courtesy of Honeysuckle Hill Farm
Walker Hayes; Photo Provided, Walker Hayes Corn Maze; Photo Courtesy of Honeysuckle Hill Farm

Walker Hayes’ Face Is Now The Centerpiece Of A Giant Corn Maze On A Tennessee Farm

Walker Hayes has earned a number of accolades over the past year, but this one takes the [corn] cake!

The “Y’all Life” singer was honored as the centerpiece of Honeysuckle Hill Farm’s 2022 corn maze.

The Springfield, Tennessee-based farm unveiled the new design on Tuesday (Sept. 6) via social media.

“It’s finally time to reveal our 2022 Country Music Corn Maze design. Thank you to everyone that participated in this challenge!” the farm owners wrote on social media. “Our 2022 Country Music Corn Maze is inspired by famous country artist Walker Hayes! Get your country on and check out the maze in person.”

Etched in the cornfield is “Nashville <3’s Walker Hayes.” The logo from Nashville’s The Big 98 WSIX is also featured.

In 2021, Honeysuckle Hill Farm immortalized country music icon Loretta Lynn.

Honeysuckle Hill Farm is a popular fall destination in Middle Tennessee. It’s easily accessible from Nashville, Hendersonville, Clarksville, Gallatin, and more.

In addition to the limited-time corn maze, Honeysuckle Hill Farm features activities such as a pumpkin light show, fun house, haystack maze, pumpkin patch, zip line, bungee trampoline, rock wall, miner’s mountain, and a hillbilly pig race.
For more information, visit Honeysuckle Hill Farm’s website.

Hayes recently released “That Dog’ll Hunt” as his current single “Y’all Life” continues to climb the charts at Country radio.

Walker Hayes is currently gearing up to hit the road on his first-ever headlining arena tour, dubbed the Glad You’re Here Tour.

“GLAD YOU’RE HERE ARENA TOUR… can’t frickin believe it,” Hayes wrote on Twitter. “It’s mind-blowing how our team is growing, how the crowds are growing and how the music continues to connect with my audience. I’m just so grateful.”

The 18-city trek, which features support from Parmalee, will kick off in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on September 29 and continue through November 12, where the tour will wrap up in Everett, Washington at Angel Of the Winds Arena.

Tickets for the Glad You’re Here Tour are available now.

Glad You’re Here Tour Dates

9/29 – 1st Summit Arena, Johnstown, PA
9/30 – Visions Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton, NY
10/1 – Mountain Health Arena, Huntington, WV
10/6 – Cross Insurance Arena, Portland, ME
10/7 – Santander Arena, Reading, PA
10/8 – DCU Center, Worcester, MA
10/9 – After Hours Concerts at The Meadow Event Park, Doswell, VA
10/13 – Dow Event Center Arena, Saginaw, MI
10/14 – Corbin Arena, Corbin, KY
10/15 – Covelli Centre, Youngstown, OH
10/20 – Resch Center, Green Bay, WI
10/21 – Alliant Energy Powerhouse, Cedar Rapids, IA
10/22 – Danny Sanford Premiere Center, Sioux Falls, SD
11/5 – Mechanics Bank Arena, Bakersfield, CA
11/7 – The Greek, Los Angeles, CA
11/10 – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA
11/11 – Theater of the Clouds, Portland, OR
11/12 – Angel Of the Winds Arena, Everett, WA

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