We love keeping you up to date with what's going on in and around the Concho Valley from week to week. Here's a look at what's happening this week...

WILD WEST FEST KICKOFF PARTY                      THURS, JULY 29TH

The Wild West Fest Kick-Off Party is this Thurs, July 29th and being held at Sports Next Level with plenty of fun, great drink specials including $2 drafts all day, cornhole & washer pitching tournaments starting at 2 pm, live music with three bands beginning at 7 pm and NO COVER CHARGE!! Get more information at sportsnextlevel.com or call 277-0928.

WILD WEST FEST CONCERT                                     FRI, JULY 30TH

The Wild West Fest Concert is Fri, July 30th featuring Kat Hasty, Shane Smith And The Saints, and headliner Parker McCollum. Gates open at 6 pm and the live music starts at 7. Tickets are available at Stubwire.com and at Blair's Western Wear. Be listening and sign up on our app and Facebook to win FREE tickets and Parker McCollum meet and greet passes. Winners names will be drawn this Thursday.

WILD WEST FEST AFTER-PARTY                                   FRI, JULY 30TH

The Wild West Fest After-Party follows the concert at the Concho Pearl Icehouse and features live music with William Beckman on stage starting just after midnight. Admission is FREE with your Wild West Fest wristband. Must be 18 years of age or older. Click on theconchopearl.com or call 617-7909 for more information.

DOWNTOWN MOVIE NIGHT                                                     FRI, JULY 30TH

Enjoy Downtown Movie Night every Friday through Aug. 27th. This Fri, July 30th and every last Friday of the month is Family Friday and two bicycles will be given away. Enjoy a great night out with family and friends and possibly win a bicycle this Friday evening. This week's featured movie is "Frozen 2" being shown in the parking lot at 17 E. Twohig between the Cactus Hotel and Miss Hattie's starting around 9 pm. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Concessions will be available as you enjoy a night under the stars!

DISNEY'S DESCENDANTS THE MUSICAL            FRI-SAT, JULY 30TH - AUG 1ST

The San Angelo Broadway Academy Presents Disney's Descendants the Musical, this Fri, July 30 - Sun, Aug 1st at the Murphey Performance Hall. Based on the popular Disney Channel Original Movies, Disney's Descendants: The Musical is a brand-new musical comedy featuring the beloved characters and hit songs from the films! For more information, call 284-3825.

KEEP SAN ANGELO BEAUTIFUL - TIRE EVENT                   SAT, JULY 31ST

Keep San Angelo Beautiful is hosting a "Tire drop-off event" this Sat, July 31st at the San Angelo Coliseum from 8 am - 12 noon. Load up your old tires, automobile or truck tires only please and turn them in at the event. They ask that you please bring a recent water or electric utility bill as proof of residence and place it on your dashboard. For more information, call 486-3771.

ROMEO & JULIET                                       FRI, JULY 30TH - AUG 14TH

Be Theatre presents Romeo & Juliet Starting this Fri, July 30th with continuing performances through Aug 14th. As always, guest are invited to enjoy complimentary wine and craft beer in the Be Theatre Black box located at 82 Gillis St. For more information, visit sanangelopac.org.

SPORTS NEXT LEVEL -CORNHOLE TOURNAMENTS SATURDAYS - TFN

The Kickin’ Country Cornhole Tournaments are back at Sports Next Level with your chance to win big prizes and money every Saturday. Find out how to enter your team at sportsnextlevel.com.

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