Wild West Fest Wraps Up In A Huge Way This Friday!!
This Fri, Aug 5th is the final day of Wild West Fest 2022 and what a fantastic day for live music it is going to be!!
San Angelo has been able to enjoy an incredible 8-day music festival that started with a Kick-Off party last Fri, July 29th at Sports Next Level and a free show featuring 3 bands...Hunter LaCoste, Cameron Sacky and The Damn Quails.
The very next night, Whiskey Myers headlined at the River Stage, with Muscadine Bloodline and Austin Meade opening the show! I hope you were there for that awesome Saturday evening of live music!!
There have been numerous pre & after parties plus plenty of bar parties throughout the festival this week with lots of live music!! Bands have been playing at various clubs and bars all around San Angelo including: Miss Hatties, Martial Pint, Twisted Root, Blaine’s Pub, The House of FiFi Du Bois, Fiddlestrings, Penny Tap House, as well as other bars and venues.
And now we have one more huge River Stage show this Friday, Aug 5th featuring as part of their reunion tour, the Turnpike Troubadours with Cody Canada and The Departed and William Beckmann opening!! This is a show you do not want to miss!!!
Pre-Parties Friday include: Charlie Daniels II at Miss Hatties at 5 pm, James Manders & Mark David Manders at Martial Pint at 5 pm, Manny Campos at the Twisted Root at 5 pm, & Matt Lopez at the 1933 Bar at 5 pm.
Enjoy After Parties Friday at Blaine's Pub with Tanner Usery; and the House of FifFi Dubois with Kevin Galloway!
Tickets are on sale now through Stubwire.com, Blair's Western Wear, or at the River Stage box office. Gates open at 5:00, show starts at 7:00.
Wild West Fest is sponsored by Discover San Angelo, A-B Distributing & Busch Light; Lamar Advertising, Frontier Communications, Glaziers & Coors Light, Velocity Tire, Fox West Texas, I-B-E-W five twenty, Townsquare Media, and Kickin’ Country 103-1!
Wild West Fest 2022 is brought to you by M&H Productions, Thomas Halfmann - Event Promoter.
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