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Nelly Performs, Hotty Toddy Man Digs, Grove Bowl Concert

HottyToddy Man had a good time at the Nelly concert.

Friday night the Grove was packed and it wasn’t because of the beloved Ole Miss Rebels. Fans of another sort gathered for the Grove concert with headliner Nelly and opening act Travis Porter and Fly Panda. 
Admission was free and Hotty Toddy Man was among the hundreds of people throwing their hands in the air. Crowds began to gather by the Grove stage long before the concert even began at 8:30 p.m.
The audience especially loved Nelly’s hits “Hot in here, “Country Grammar,” “Party People,” and “Just a Dream.”
Hotty Toddy Man had the time of his life crowd surfing, dancing, and singing with other Rebs. Before we knew it, the concert was over and it seemed like the night, as Nelly would say, was just a dream.
Audience member and Ole Miss sophomore, Claire Rearick, said, “Free concerts like that in the Grove are just another reason why I love being an Ole Miss Rebel and why I love my school.”
Going to the concert with Hotty Toddy man was a blast, he sure knows how to move. Be sure to check in for Hotty Toddy Man’s next move.
One of the performers entertains the big Grove crowd.

This article was written by hottytoddy.com staff writers Joanie Sanders and Maggie Durnien. They can be reached at jgsander@go.olemiss.edu and mkdurnie@go.olemiss.edu  

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