Many artists hosted fan club parties during the week of CMA Music Fest. All of these events were very popular, but tickets to some proved to be very hard to get. Chuck Wicks’ fan club breakfast was one of the parties that sold out quickest in the weeks leading up to the CMA Music Fest. The party was held in the upstairs area of Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, starting at 9 a.m. on the last day of the festival.
A nice breakfast buffet was available and the venue was a great location to accomodate fans comfortably. Wicks came out and performed about 10 a.m. He performed hits including “Old School,” “Hold That Thought,” and “Stealing Cinderella.” He also played some tracks from his upcoming album. He did more than just perform an intimate fan club concert, he interacted with his fans a great deal. At one point, he even had a Jagerbomb with fans, which was extremely popular with the crowd.
Katerina Zaleski, from New Jersey said she thought the party was fabulous because Wicks did a lot of singing. Why does she like Wicks? “Because he is a great singer and he takes time to talk with his fans,” she said. When it came time for the meet and greet, Zaleski said Wicks didn’t rush her through the line, but took the time t