Wulfy's Bash

The back of the new stage was made to look like an old gas station. Wild Ambition, from the Carroll area, will perform on the other side on Saturday night. Photo by Dan Mundt

Wild Ambition, a band from the Carroll area, will headline this year’s Wulfy’s Bash.

The band plays music from the 1970s and 1980s and will perform from 8 to 11 p.m.

“It’s really good music,” said Bob Wulf. “She opened for ZZ Top last year and beat 30 bands to get that.”

Bob and his wife, Sandy, are the organizers of Wulfy’s Bash, which takes place on their acreage on the north side of Deloit.

The first act of the night will be local favorite Moldy Fig, which has a personal connection for Bob and Sandy.

Sandy was a bartender at The Lounge in Denison when Moldy Fig played there and the band also performed at their wedding.

Moldy Fig will play from 6 to 8 p.m.

The gates open at 4 p.m.

An addition to this year’s event will be regular shuttles running from Denison to Deloit.

Every hour, on the hour, a shuttle will pick up people from the parking lots by Denison Do It Best Hardware and The Pub.

Golf carts will shuttle people from the parking areas south and east of the Wulfs’ acreage.

“We have three shuttle golf carts to bring people back up so they don’t have to walk very far,” Bob said.

The golf carts received good reviews last year, he said.

Attendees may get rides back to their cars at the end of the event, as well.

For this year’s bash, Bob built a new stage on the north side of the party area.

The back of the stage, which faces Highway 39, is built to look like an old gas station.

Bob sawed old telephone poles into flat-sided lumber for the stage.

He also added a second grain bin gazebo for the event.

Food and drinks will be served from two locations.

Large tents will be in place by Saturday in case of rain, he said.

This year’s Wulfy’s Bash will be a fundraiser for local veterans.

“The VFW in Deloit is putting up a monument in the park, so we’re going to donate to that,” Bob said.

“I have two veterans that work for me and I want to do something for local people.”

Bob and Sandy want to give something back to the community each year.

Last year’s bash donated funds to the Denison City Pound.

Tickets in advance are $35 for two.

On the day of the event, tickets will be $25 each at the gate.

A free sandwich and chips come along with each ticket.

Wulfy’s Bash will last until around midnight on Saturday.

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