Come See Conservative Pundit Par Excellence Kurt Schlichter On Nov. 9!

State representative Larry Frieman, former congressman, former Trump official and potential 2023 Lieutenant Governor candidate John Fleming, and national conservative pundit supreme Kurt Schlichter are set as the speakers for The Hayride’s next event. We couldn’t be more excited!

Schlichter’s return to Louisiana comes after his appearance at our Metairie event in 2019, which was a huge hit. He’s been busy since then, with a great new book, We’ll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America, which is an excellent companion read to Hayride publisher Scott McKay’s The Revivalist Manifesto, out on digital bookshelves and a soon-to-be-released new entry in his series of Kelly Turnbull novels on the way before he shows up to speak to us.

And of course, Schlichter is a regular columnist at Townhall.

November 9 is the date of the event. It’ll be held at the Fleur de Lis Center in Mandeville.

November 9 is a Wednesday. It’s the next night, obviously, after November 8. Why is that date significant? Because November 8 is the date of the midterm elections.

So we’ll either be hosting a big celebration of a nation-saving Red Wave win, or we’ll be plotting the next step in trying to survive the Joe Biden era.

Either way, it’ll be an important night and we’re going to have speakers with significant things to say about what will be very current events.


Tickets are $80, and you can buy them here.

As for table sponsorships, we’re going to continue something we began at our Metairie event in August – namely, that tables on the front row will go for a premium, and they’ll have a little special bonus – namely, we’re supplying all guests at those front row tables with signed copies of The Revivalist Manifesto, Scott McKay’s book which is all about the future of the conservative movement those midterm elections will shape.

The front-row table sponsorships will go for $1750. We’ll also have regular tables which are available for the usual price of $1500. All tables will have 10 seats.

This is going to be the last Hayride event of the year, or at least it’s the last one we have planned. We keep thinking we’re going to do one in Texas, but if we do it might be connected more to RVIVR, the new national conservative site our team is affiliated with, than The Hayride.

More on that later. And more on the speaker roster for November 9 when it’s finalized.



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