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MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Wednesday, March 30, 2022) –Top Country music artists Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town, with special guest The Cadillac Three, are partnering with Berkeley Animal Center to put on a special benefit concert for the shelter at 7 p.m. on May 12, 2022 at Credit One Stadium in Charleston.

The event is part of a larger initiative, The Bandwagon Tour, which is raising funds for animal shelters across the country. Berkeley Animal Center is the only shelter that was selected from South Carolina.

Berkeley Animal Center will have a table and little red wagon set up at the concert as part of The Bandwagon Tour’s “fill the little red wagon” effort. Animal Center staff and volunteers will be accepting supplies and monetary donations for shelter pets, as well as offering concert-goers a chance to win a pair of upgraded tickets or a Tractor Supply gift card.

Berkeley Animal Center is also giving away two FREE tickets to the concert! Stop by the shelter now through May 10 to register to win. The shelter is located at 131 Central Berkeley Drive in Moncks Corner.

To purchase concert tickets, visit:

We are so fortunate to have been selected for this incredible initiative. Our shelter is always in need of fundraising support and other donations. Because our local citizens continually give of their time, support and finances, our gratitude for them knows no bounds. Now, to see our shelter recognized and supported on a much larger scale—through the universal platform of country music and this nationwide effort— is truly a special honor. Our staff, volunteers, and most importantly our shelter pets are overwhelmingly thankful for this unique partnership opportunity.” -Heather McDowell, Berkeley Animal Center Director

About Berkeley Animal Center:

Since 2017, the Berkeley County Animal Center has been committed to maintaining a fiscally responsible, healthy, safe and loving environment for rescued, abandoned, abused, or neglected animals of Berkeley County. The shelter is a place where animals receive appropriate care and attention and are treated with dignity and respect as staff pursues placing them into safe, lifelong homes. We strive to place every adoptable animal in a safe and loving home or rescue group. For more information, visit Berkeley Animal Center on Facebook or at


-Prepared by the Berkeley County Public Information Office-

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