Trunk OR Treat at The Silsbee Public Library

Trunk OR Treat at The Silsbee Public Library

 

Local business will gather to hand out goodies and help make this years Halloween a very safe one.
COME JOIN US!
We are assigning a parking space to the business that register. We would like to try to keep a head count as well as some of the businesses are preferring a favoritespace.
Business are welcome to come pick a spot!

The Art of Flowers at The Music Studio

The Art of Flowers at The Music Studio

The Art of Flowers at The Music Studio

The Music Studio gladly presents the third yearly Art of Flowers! Idea of The Art of Flowers is credited to Glenda Hughes from Blumen Farms. Opening show is Friday, June the fifth, from 7 to 10 pm at The Music Studio. Shutting shows are the principal Thursday in August, August the sixth, at both the Art Museum of Southeast Texas and The Music Studio. August the sixth, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas will be displaying from 5:30 to 7:30 pm and The Music Studio from 7 to 10 pm. Flower specialists will come and pick one bit of work of art from The Art of Flowers and afterward make a decorative layout enlivened by the piece. The piece and the game plan will sit next to each other at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, August the sixth. In the wake of getting a charge out of the AMSET, head over to The Music Studio, from 7 to 10 pm, to see the give one final time.

TICKET INFORMATION

For the opening show, June fifth at The Music Studio, anticipate blossoms in every last bit of it’s structures! Celebrating decorative designs, canvases of blossoms, figures of blossoms, cakes of blossoms and the sky is the limit from there! Anticipate extraordinary music and heavenly nourishment! Beverages will be sold. Dress is easygoing, botanical clothing is invited! Tickets are 15 dollars at the entryway the evening of the occasion, youngsters under 5 get in free. Pre-deal tickets are 10 dollars and can be bought at The Music Studio, starting May fifth up till June fourth, Sundays among early afternoon and 6 pm and Tuesdays through Thursdays somewhere in the range of 2 and 8 pm.

For the end appears, August the sixth, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas will be displaying the uncommon rousing pieces from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Affirmation is free and open to the general population. Wine and lager will be accessible for buy and light refreshments will be advertised. Anticipate extraordinary unrecorded music! Dress is easygoing, flower clothing is invited! Later that night, The Music Studio will be exhibiting The Art of Flowers from 7 to 10 pm, August the sixth. 5 dollar tickets, all ages, can be bought at the entryway the evening of the occasion. Appreciate unrecorded music and light refreshments. Beverages will be sold. Dress is easygoing, botanical clothing is invited!

Accommodation DETAILS FOR FLORISTS

Every flower specialist may enter up to 3 courses of action in the opening show, any size. For the opening show, game plans might be dropped off at The Music Studio, June the fifth among early afternoon and 5 pm. In the event that unique game plans should be reached The Music Studio at 409-835-8803. For the end appear, every flower vendor will come and pick one bit of work of art from The Art of Flowers and afterward make a unique persuasive piece that will appear nearby the piece it was roused by, August the sixth from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. Courses of action might be dropped off among early afternoon and 4 pm, August the sixth, at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas.

Accommodation DETAILS FOR ARTISTS

Tolerating all specialists and mediums, must be botanical themed. Pieces that are bigger than 4 ft. by 4 ft., must be counseled with The Music Studio previously. Every craftsman may enter one piece. 20 dollar section expense, 10 percent commission on craftsmanship that sells. For courses that are to hold tight the divider, every craftsman must have an appropriate wire on the rear of the piece. Every craftsman must furnish name data with their name, the name of the piece and a cost. On the off chance that you have any inquiries please call The Music Studio at 409-835-8803. Work of art might be dropped off Sundays among early afternoon and 6 pm and Tuesdays through Thursdays somewhere in the range of 2 and 8 pm, starting May twelfth and closure May 24th. In the event that you have any inquiries please call the studio at 409-835-8803. Bought work of art and workmanship that doesn’t sell might be gotten August ninth through August thirteenth among early afternoon and 8 pm, at The Music Studio situated at 215 Orleans in downtown Beaumont.

 

One Night with You at Liberty Opry

One Night with You at Liberty Opry

One Night with You at Liberty Opry

Universal Elvis Tribute Artist and 2017 German performer of the year and 2019 The soul of Elvis grant at the European Elvis title “Andy King” with Shake Rattle and Roll ( all female honor winning, doo-wop gathering) Sunday Matinee Tickets or Reservations call 936-336-5830 or go to libertyopry.com to get tickets on line!

Hosted by SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL and Liberty Opry

 

Save the Date – Parent’s Night Out

Save the Date – Parent’s Night Out

 

We will have fun activities for your children to participate in while you are enjoying your night out. Children’s dinner will be provided. We will have a movie playing, crafts, and sports equipment to play with. Please let us know of any food allergies your child has or any special requirements that we would need to know about. This event is for children 12 and under with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their siblings.

Music Nite on the Strand – Bubble Puppy

Music Nite on the Strand - Bubble Puppy

Music Nite on the Strand – Bubble Puppy

Live Music with Music Nite on the Strand – Bubble Puppy

Air pocket Puppy 60’s Psych symbols will shake your reality with their hits from the 60’s and 70’s. Music Nite on The Strand is a FREE occasion that happens on the second Saturday of every month March through October. Introduced by Mitchell Historic Properties and The Galveston Island Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Super Shero Scavenger Hunt

Super Shero Scavenger Hunt

Super Shero Scavenger Hunt

Join us for Super Shero Scavenger Hunt

Groups of mother figures and their children will registration at the Baytown Community Center at 10:00 am before setting out on their excursion. From that point, each group of 2-5 will follow the pieces of information, have a great time finishing difficulties, and catch recollections to endure forever through an enjoyment photograph scrounger chase. At the point when the chase is finished, groups will come back to the Baytown Community Center for lunch and games.

Prizes will be granted for the groups that total the difficulties and come back to the Community Center at all measure of time. Additional focuses can be earned by dressing as superheroes, and so on., so give us what you have!

Each group is required to have one vehicle and at any rate one advanced cell to take photographs. Moms and children of any age are free to join in!

Registration is open until May 1, 2020 and is $30.00 per team. Register at https://bit.ly/2SyNoT5.

For more information and to register, contact Baytown Parks and Recreation at (281) 420-6598.

Baytown Golden Groove at Baytown Community Center

Baytown Golden Groove at Baytown Community Center

Baytown Golden Groove at Baytown Community Center

Join us today for Baytown Golden Groove at Baytown Community Center

Appreciate a night of LIVE music and hitting the dance floor with companions at the City of Baytown’s Golden Groove Senior Community Dance. FREE Event for a very long time 50+. Phineus Reb is a Texas nation band that carries an incredible sound to incorporate the fiddle, banjo, harmonica, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg! You are going to completely have fun!

Hosted by Phineus Reb Band and Baytown Parks and Recreation

9th Annual Deliver the Difference Luncheon

9th Annual Deliver the Difference Luncheon

‘Deliver the Difference’ Honorary Chairs Karen & Mike Fuljenz invite you to our 9th annual luncheon, the premier fundraising event supporting the Meals on Wheels program at Nutrition & Services for Seniors! The 2020 Deliver the Difference Luncheon on Thursday, May 7th will recognize Elaine Shellenberger for her 35 years of leadership and selfless dedication to Nutrition & Services for Seniors, ensuring the elderly and disabled adults in our community are able to live at home, but not alone.

**Sponsorship opportunities are now available – https://www.seniormeals.org/deliver-difference-luncheon

Cover The City Prayer Walk – Baytown

Cover The City Prayer Walk – Baytown

Cover the City is a community wide prayer walk around the city limits of Baytown, Texas.

The mission of Cover the City is to:

See the churches and Christians of Baytown unite in this day of prayer for our city,
Bring meaningful change to our community through the power of prayer, and
Create a visible and tangible witness to the power of prayer.

Registration cost is $12 per person. Registration includes: Backpack, reusable water bottle, t shirt, breakfast & total support throughout the walk.

Register & get more info at http://www.coverthecity.com/

The Crawfish Bash

The Crawfish Bash – Orange Texas

Join us May 1 -2 for the annual Crawfish Bash! Come out to Mauriceville the designated ” Crawfish Capital of Texas” enjoy as we feature several talented local musicians paired up with delicious all you can eat crawfish! We also will be having local vendors, sinful carnival eats, and a 20+ cooking team cook off !

TICKET DESCRIPTION

Friday:  Free

Saturday:

General Admission into the grounds from 10 am to 6:30 pm: Free

All You CAN EAT CRAWFISH: $40.00 at the gate / $30.00 – $35.00 online

AYCE gate opens at 11:00 am and the first batch of crawfish is available at 11:30.

**Crawfish will be available from 11:30 am to 6:00 pm or while supplies last, Saturday, May 2, 2020 only. Tickets include the AYCE and the Saturday Night Concert with Jon Wolfe and Gyth Rigdon.

** This is a rain or shine event, no refunds

** PARKING available courtesy of LCM Project Safe Graduation and a shuttle service courtesy of MYFA.

The Temptations at The Grand 1894 Opera House

The Temptations at The Grand 1894 Opera House

The history of Temptations is the history of contemporary American pop. An essential component of the original Motown machine, that amazing engine invented by Berry Gordy, The Temps began their musical life in Detroit in the early sixties. It wasn’t until 1964 however, that the Smokey Robinson written- and–produced “The Way You Do the Things You Do” turned the guys into stars and ultimately legends! Enjoy an avalanche of hits that include “My Girl,” “Get Ready,” and “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” and so many more when Otis Williams, Ron Tyson, Terry Weeks, Larry Braggs, and Willie Greene, Jr. take the stage.

Sponsored in part by Carnes Funeral Home, Galveston Restaurant Association and Yaga’s Cafe.

PALT Presents: Peter and the Starcatcher

PALT Presents: Peter and the Starcatcher

Directed by Rhiannon Pletcher. Tickets available soon. A young orphan and his mates are shipped off from Victorian England to a distant island ruled by the evil King Zarboff. They know nothing of the mysterious trunk in the captain’s cabin, which contains a precious, otherworldly cargo. At sea, the boys are discovered by a precocious young girl named Molly, a Starcatcher-in-training who realizes that the trunk’s precious cargo is starstuff, a celestial substance so powerful that it must never fall into the wrong hands. When the ship is taken over by pirates – led by the fearsome Black Stache, a villain determined to claim the trunk and its treasure for his own – the journey quickly becomes a thrilling adventure. Featuring a dozen actors portraying more than 100 unforgettable characters, Peter and the Starcatcher uses ingenious stagecraft and the limitless possibilities of imagination to bring the story to life.

Yagas Cafe Kentucky Derby Bourbon Dinner

Yagas Cafe Kentucky Derby Bourbon Dinner

Yagas Cafe Kentucky Derby Bourbon Dinner

Join us for Yagas Cafe Kentucky Derby Bourbon Dinner

You won’t have any desire to miss this occasion! 4 scrumptious courses highlighting Chef Chris Lopez each consummately combined with an art whiskey mixed drink. Visitors are welcomed with an invite mixed drink and will need to dress to dazzle in their best Derby clothing for an opportunity to win prizes. Tickets are $75 per individual. Contact Elizabeth Matthews ematthews@yagaspresents.com for reservations.

 

Ladies Night- Margaritas & Señor Frog at Clay Cup Studios

Ladies Night- Margaritas & Señor Frog at Clay Cup Studios

Ladies Night- Margaritas & Señor Frog at Clay Cup Studios

Join us for Ladies Night- Margaritas & Señor Frog at Clay Cup Studios

It’s Ladies Night ! Every dazzling woman today around evening time will paint a clay margarita glass and a small frog that you can rest inside or outside your glass. Señor Frog can fill in as an enrichment that is for all time appended to the margarita glass or he can be unattached and fill in as a swizzler! This is an enjoyment venture and only seven days before Cinco De Mayo. All tasks will be fit to be loaded up with your beverage of decision to commend the occasion.

Make a point to RSVP as quickly as time permits. Additionally share the connection with all your exquisite companions, so they can participate in the enjoyment as well.

TICKET INFO HERE

Rosenberg Library Adult Book Club

Rosenberg Library Adult Book Club

Rosenberg Library Adult Book Club

Join us today for Rosenberg Library Adult Book Club

Join our Rosenberg library adult book club! For April our title will be The Chain by Adrian McKinty. Come enjoy some tasty refreshments and delve into our months title! Tell us what you liked, and didn’t like, and make suggestions for our June book club choice.

McCullough Room – 2nd Floor

Liverpool Legends: The Complete Beatles Experience

Liverpool Legends Beatles Tribute Band, are four talented musicians and actors who were hand-picked by Louise Harrison, sister of the late George Harrison of The Beatles.

Louise’s involvement with Liverpool Legends, makes them the only band in the world with a close, direct biological link to the original Fab Four! “Liverpool Legends present the very best portrayal of The Beatles since the only four guys to play The Beatles were John, Paul, George and Ringo!” says Harrison. Liverpool Legends perform songs spanning the entire career of The Beatles and on through the solo years. With precise attention to every musical detail, along with costume changes, vintage instruments and special effects, Liverpool Legends will make you feel like you are watching the real thing! Together, these four lads will bring you “The Complete Beatles Experience.”

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Saving Abel at HonkyTonk

Saving Abel at HonkyTonk

Saving Abel at HonkyTonk

Live Music with Saving Abel at HonkyTonk!

Since 2008 Saving Abel has epitomized the meaning of “Southern Rock.” Even before their “Self Titled” debut LP, they were traveling the nation making fans wherever they went, just by acting naturally. Basic, down home, enchanting, nation young men with unlimited ability that was bound to take them directly to the top. The band was marked by A&R wizard Jason Flom to Capitol records and their first single, “Dependent” did only that, arriving at number one on a few diagrams and the subsequent singles “18 Days” and “Suffocating” helped sell more than 750,000 duplicates of their presentation collection. They visited vigorously on the side of this collection, playing with Buckcherry and Avenged Sevenfold, and later on Nickelback, in fields across North America. After quite a while after night, the young men would return to the transport with their ears ringing from 15,000 fans shouting their verses.

Realizing that they would require something extraordinary to catch up with, the young men set out to compose their sophomore collection on Capitol, “Miss America.” Topping the Active Rock and Hard Rock graphs once more with “Sex is Good” and “Dumb Girl” hardened Saving Abel’s place both on the radio and live. Setting out on their own visit this time, Saving Abel featured performance centers around the nation for just about 2 years constant. They visited with a few specialists and made a great deal of companions en route, however constantly maintained their attention on the fans, and their eyes toward what’s to come.

MORE MUSIC HERE

TICKET INFO HERE

Saving Abel LIVE at Honky Tonk Texas – TEB Bike Rally

Saving Abel LIVE at Honky Tonk Texas – TEB Bike Rally

Since 2008 Saving Abel has embodied the definition of “Southern Rock.” Even before their “Self Titled” debut LP, they were barnstorming the country making fans everywhere they went, just by being themselves. Simple, down home, charming, country-boys with immeasurable talent that was destined to take them straight to the top. The band was signed by A&R wizard Jason Flom to Capitol records and their first single, “Addicted” did just that, reaching number one on several charts and the follow-up singles “18 Days” and “Drowning” helped sell over 750,000 copies of their debut album. They toured heavily in support of this album, playing with Buckcherry and Avenged Sevenfold, and later on Nickelback, in arenas across North America. Night after night, the boys would go back to the bus with their ears ringing from 15,000 fans screaming their lyrics.

Knowing that they would need something great to follow up with, the boys set out to write their sophomore album on Capitol, “Miss America.” Topping the Active Rock and Hard Rock charts yet again with “Sex is Good” and “Stupid Girl” solidified Saving Abel’s place both on the radio and live. Setting out on their own tour this time, Saving Abel headlined theaters around the country for almost 2 years non-stop. They toured with several artists and made a lot of friends along the way, but always kept their focus on the fans, and their eyes toward the future.

MORE MUSIC HERE

TICKET INFO HERE

Jackie’s Brickhouse Fundraiser

Paul on the Patio at Jackie’s

Jackie’s Brickhouse Fundraiser

Our fundraiser at Jackie’s Brickhouse will be on April 25, 2020, from 12 pm to 7 pm. There will be both live and silent auctions. We are in need of donated items and services to be auctioned off in support of Texas EquuSearch as well as event sponsors and volunteers.

If you would like to sponsor, donate or volunteer, please contact Barbara Price at 281-309-9529 or Amber Cyr at 281-309-9528 or email donations@txeq.org.

Thank you for supporting Texas EquuSearch!

Houston Raceway Drag Racing Experience

Houston Raceway Drag Racing Experience

Get behind the wheel of a real dragster at Houston Raceway with Pure Speed Racing! Drive a dragster or race head to head in our side by side Camaro racing! 2 guaranteed runs and the top speeds will race head to head elimination style until there is a winner! Limited spots available, must book in advance.
Save up to 60% OFF Drag Racing Experiences and Camaro side by side racing!

TICKET INFO HERE

2020 Stars of The Arc Style Show and Dinner

2020 Stars of The Arc Style Show and Dinner

2020 Stars of The Arc Style Show and Dinner

Join us today for 2020 Stars of The Arc Style Show and Dinner

Join us for a night of celebration, celebrity, and joy as we watch the Stars of The Arc light up the runway. This annual event features The Arc’s members with intellectual and developmental disabilities as celebrity models. You don’t want to miss out on the hottest event of the year!

Randall King at Sawdust Saloon

Randall King at Sawdust Saloon

Randall King at Sawdust Saloon

Live Music with Randall King at Sawdust Saloon

Humble beginnings, a developed hard working attitude and the impacts of exemplary nation legends, synchronized together in immaculate concordance, make up artist lyricist from the West Texas Plains, Randall King.

Growing up a fourth era roughage hauler, a large number of King’s tunes are composed and propelled by his profound southern legacy and family roots.

Lord was raised tuning in to the rich and heartfelt, great nation voices of Keith Whitley, Garth Brooks, George Strait and Alan Jackson, to give some examples, which made King’s melodic style into what many have portrayed as neo-customary nation. “Randall King stays to the substance of down home music, yet no uncertainty carries his own extraordinary image to the class,” says hit musician Mark Nesler.

“Since the time I was little I needed to sing – I could never quiet down – My father one day at last kicked me to the rear of the rural on the grounds that I wouldn’t stop,” recalls King of his more youthful days. “He stated, ‘child we love you singing, however simply hush up for a moment and tune in to the melody’ and I said OK. After a smidgen of doing that he told my mother, ‘in the event that he doesn’t quiet down we should get him a guitar and put him in certain exercises.’ And that what’s father did. I was 7 when I got my first guitar.”

He before long started taking exercises from Western Swing Music Society of the Southwest Hall of Famer, Rick Sudduth, who was engaged with a shocking mishap at the cotton gin where he worked almost 51 years sooner that cut off his center and ring fingers. The now resigned artist, whose injury keeps him from educating by model, utilized diagrams to clarify finger arrangement and method during King’s exercises. Ruler ascribes being presented to Sudduth’s assurance and tirelessness as the motivation behind why he began and kept on pursueing a profession as an artist.

Beginning his school profession at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas as a business major and a music minor, King immediately discovered that to be fruitful you have to examine what you’re enthusiastic about. “I was conversing with somebody and they stated, ‘in case you’re going to minor in something in school, you should make it your major, provided that you’re not going to bet everything on your significant that you think you need a reinforcement plan, that should be your major.’ I studied business and minored in music at Tech for about eighteen months and afterward I stated, ‘I’m done,’ and I just bet everything on music.”

In no time following his enlistment at Tech, King moved to South Plains College, one of the most esteemed sound building schools, where he changed his major to Sound Engineering. Lord’s self-titled new collection, which he composed and created for the most part himself, remains as a demonstration of the specialty he has sharpened since school.

“It’s extremely distressing [producing your own record], on the grounds that you need to remember such a lot of when you go into the studio. As a craftsman you need to communicate – you wanna let free – do some inventive enjoyment things, yet in case you’re not cautious you’ll get too aesthetic and you’ll guide away from what you truly do. So when you go in, you need to keep a receptive outlook, yet you likewise need to keep a shut brain simultaneously. Though when you’re only a craftsman going in, and you have a maker there to instruct you it’s distinctive . So I must be extremely careful and exacting when I go and truly stick to what I do,” clarifies King of acting naturally created.

While most nation groups comprise of guitars, bass, drums and a fiddle, King’s live set highlights the cryin’ of the steel guitar; one of blue grass music’s unique instruments. Ruler has as of late performed with craftsmen, for example, Lee Brice, William Michael Morgan, Tracy Byrd, Cody Johnson, Robert Earl Keen and that’s just the beginning.

Not at all like the west Texas wind, King is a grounded and capable artist lyricist who makes certain to remain. “There’s many individuals that need blue grass music to return around, and there’s many individuals that will say you need to sell out and play radio hits to make it. I think for me I need to make my stamp as a craftsman with this record, I can be me and still have an effect the nation over. Not sellin’ out, just bein’ me.

MORE MUSIC HERE

Taste of the Bayou – Bridge City

Taste of the Bayou - Bridge City

Taste of the Bayou – Bridge City

Join us for Taste of the Bayou – Bridge City

The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is gladly presents:

The Taste of the Bayou

Test delicious dishes from nearby cafés!

Unrecorded Music! Quiet Auction! Brew and Wine!

Tickets are just $15 ahead of time and $20 at the entryway!

Monday, April, 20, 2020

5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Extension City Community Center

105 Parkside Dr.,

Extension City, TX 77611

For more information: www.bridgecitychamber.com
(409) 735-5671

Hosted by Bridge City Chamber

QUEEN & U2 Tributes at Jackie’s Brickhouse

Paul on the Patio at Jackie’s

QUEEN & U2 Tributes at Jackie’s Brickhouse

Live Music with QUEEN & U2 Tributes at Jackie’s Brickhouse

We Will ROCK You !!! Sovereign and U2 Rock Extravaganza accomplishment. Texas Tributes Elites, Queen Legacy – A Queen Tribute and U2 Tribute – Blood Red Sky at Jackie’s for one night as it were!!

Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, We Will Rock You, Fat Bottom Girls, Radio Gaga and the sky is the limit from there!!

Sovereign Legacy – A Tribute To Queen:

The Most Authentic Queen Live Show in Texas including Freddie Mercury style power vocalist/entertainer, Kyle Cousins.

Sovereign Legacy is the Ultimate Queen Experience conveying the full bundle; the vocal force, sheer stable, the crude vitality and the stage persona and showy behavior of the amazing Freddie Mercury.

Crimson Sky – A Tribute to U2:

A Tribute to U2 consolidates the gifts of four particular honor winning artists and mixes them into a tribute band with a character and magnetism all its own.

BRS endeavors, with incredible meticulousness, to reproduce the unrecorded music sound of U2. With more than 30 hits tunes on Billboards Top 100 a set rundown can get very bulky, yet BRS presses in the same number of your top choices as they can every single show.

Hosted by Queen Legacy – A Tribute to Queen and 3 others

The Texas Tenors: 10th Anniversary Tour

The Texas Tenors: 10th Anniversary Tour

 

Emmy Award Winners & Billboard #1 recording artists The Texas Tenors present their 10th Anniversary Tour and SPECIAL “LEGENDS OF MUSIC: ONLY IN GALVESTON” featuring selections from their hit albums “A Collection of Broadway & American Classics”, “Rise”, fan favorite “Country Roots, Classical Sound”, “You Should Dream” and all new songs and surprises. Celebrate with us!

Crawfish & Zydeco Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Crawfish & Zydeco Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Crawfish & Zydeco Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Join us for Crawfish & Zydeco Festival at Kemah Boardwalk!

Get CRAY with us at our Crawfish & Zydeco Festival!
April 18th:
-Ruben Moreno (12-4pm)
-Keyun + The Zydeco Masters (5-9pm)

April 19th:
-LT + The Zydeco Mob (12-4pm)
-Zydeco Dots (5-9pm)

https://www.kemahboardwalk.com/landing/crawfish-festival/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Rend Collective (Beaumont, TX)

Rend Collective is a Northern Irish Christian folk rock worship band originating from Bangor, Northern Ireland. The current lineup consists of Gareth Gilkeson, Chris Llewellyn, Ali Gilkeson, Patrick Thompson and Steve Mitchell.

VIP Experience:
Photo with Band
How to Speak Northern Irish LIVE
Exclusive pre-show “Campfire” Worship Experience
VIP Lanyard
Early Entry
Crowd Free Merchandise Shopping
*must arrive at desginated time to take part in VIP experiences*
Schedule:
4:30pm – VIP Doors
4:45pm – Photo Line
5:25pm – Campfire Worship/How to speak Northern Irish
6:00pm – Early Entry Doors
6:15pm – GA Doors

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The Road Ahead Conference at The Arc of Greater BMT

The Road Ahead Conference at The Arc of Greater BMT

The Road Ahead Conference at The Arc of Greater BMT

Join us today for The Road Ahead Conference at The Arc of Greater BMT

Join us and learn how to navigate the ever-changing road of transition planning.

This event is for parents, self-advocates 16+, and teachers of students with special needs.

This event is free and lunch will be provided.

Click this link to register: https://arcofbmt.formstack.com/forms/theroadahead

 

Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals 2020 at Houston Raceway

Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals 2020 at Houston Raceway

Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals 2020 at Houston Raceway

Join us for Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals 2020 at Houston Raceway

Houston Raceway Park profits by inconceivable barometrical conditions on account of its vicinity to Trinity Bay, which takes care of the office cool air. The track’s first NHRA national occasion, in fall 1988, set up the track as one of the game’s snappiest with NHRA’s initial four-second Top Fuel quarter-mile pass. From that point forward, the track has facilitated a bewildering cluster of record runs.

TICKET INFO HERE

Volbeat: Rewind, Replay, Rebound World Tour

Volbeat

Come out to Ford park to witness Volbeat: Rewind, Replay, Rebound World Tour. Special guest artist include Clutch and The Picturebooks. General on sale starts Friday, January 17th at 10am local. Hope to see you there!

VIP Meet & Greet experience packages will be available at all US Rewind, Replay, Rebound World Tour shows during the Rebels & Angels pre-sale and during the general on-sale. Meet & Greet experience packages include a photo op with the band, a question & answer session, a backstage/on-stage tour, and exclusive merchandise not available for sale elsewhere. Details here: https://www.volbeat.dk/us/news/2020-united-states-tour-vip—-277-.html

View all Volbeat tour dates here: https://www.volbeat.dk/en/dates/

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Galveston Hop About

Galveston Hop About

Galveston Hop About

Prepare to go along with us for the debut Galveston Hop About April 11! Register here: https://www.postofficedistrict.com/jump about

Noteworthy Downtown Galveston and Del Papa Distributing.

MUST BE 21+ TO PARTICIPATE

On April 11, 2020, we welcome all poker playing, bar slithering devotees to come and investigate Downtown Galveston. Walk around the noteworthy areas, visit our neighborhood shops, restaurants and bars while entering your opportunity to bring home one of our astonishing entryway prizes!!

Enlistment will start on April eleventh at 11:00 am at Muphy’s Irish Pub or register online at www.postofficedistrict.com. There will be a $25, non-refundable, enlistment expense for the occasion. All returns produced using Hop-About enlistment will profit The Historic Downtown Partnership.

 

Cadets for a Cause 5k at Dayton Community Center

Cadets for a Cause 5k at Dayton Community Center

Cadets for a Cause 5k at Dayton Community Center

Join us for Cadets for a Cause 5k at Dayton Community Center

This year the proceeds for the Cadets for a Cause 5k will benefit Homeless Veterans. To sign up, please click the link below:
https://www.active.com/dayton-tx/running/distance-running-races/cadets-for-a-cause-5k-2020

Hosted by Bronco Battalion Parent Group

SETX CRAWFISH AND MUSIC FESTIVAL

SETX CRAWFISH AND MUSIC FESTIVAL

Go along with us Easter Saturday on “The Great Lawn” at The Downtown Event Center for a day loaded up with family fun! Everything YOU CAN EAT CRAWFISH and your preferred groups playing the best of zydeco and cajun music. Tickets go marked down March first

– Crawfish Cook-Off ($1,000 Grand Prize)

– Crawfish Eating Contest ($100 CASH)

– Beer Garden

– MUCH MORE FUN!!!

Folding chairs and covers welcome. NO COOLERS or LARGE BAGS will be permitted in the occasion region. The wellbeing and security of all in participation is our top need.

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Blaggards at Jackie’s Brickhouse

Blaggards at Jackie’s Brickhouse

Live Music with Blaggards at Jackie’s Brickhouse

“We play what we call Stout Irish Rock, traditional Irish music mixed with rock n’ roll, informed by everything from Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley to Thin Lizzy and Black Sabbath. We are most frequently compared to bands like Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, and the Pogues.”

MORE MUSIC HERE

Mahj at the Museum

Mahj at the Museum

Mahj at the Museum

Join us today for Mahj at the Museum

Our docents love Mah Jongg and you will too! You are invited to join them the first Monday of every month for rousing games of Mah Jongg. Everyone’s invited to play. Bring your Mah Jongg cards, Mah Jongg sets, and table coverings. We’ll provide card tables, chairs, and snacks. Space is limited so you must call ahead. Contact Sandy at 832-1906/ srostrom@mcfaddin-ward.org.

Reserve your spot today!

Viva Momix at Lutcher Theater

Viva Momix at Lutcher Theater

Viva Momix at Lutcher Theater

Join us for Viva Momix at Lutcher Theater

Remarkable INVENTIVENESS and PHYSICAL BEAUTY!

Moving crowds from their regular day to day existences to a dreamland through its trademark utilization of mystical lighting and symbolism, MOMIX has excited fans in front of an audience, screen and TV in more than 22 nations for over 38 years. In an interminable quest for another gravity, Artistic Director Moses Pendleton consolidates athletic move, riveting music, crazy outfits, imaginative props and unadulterated ability to make an engaging media experience that will amaze, captivate and dumbfound. Anticipate the Unexpected!

TICKET INFO HERE

Infinite Bus at Madison’s

Infinite Bus at Madison's

Infinite Bus at Madison’s

Live Music tonight with Infinite Bus at Madison’s!

Companions since youth, vocalist/guitarist Madison Crain and keyboardist/vocalist David Crawford started playing music together recreationally in secondary school. After moving back home from school, they chose to get back together and structure a band. In the wake of playing different scenes as a team, they met drummer Jon Ramirez at a nearby open mic night. The three got together soonthereafter to stick and understood their latent capacity. From that point Infinite Bus was conceived. Taylor Pinson, a shared companion of the band, later joined as lead guitarist to add much greater power to the troupe. Named after a hypothesis in electrical designing where a force network makes, runs, and supports itself all alone vitality, Infinite Bus’ objective is straightforward: to impart our affection for music to the majority by giving vitality and energy every single exhibition.

 

Michael Jackson Thriller Spectacular

Michael Jackson Tribute Show spectacular starring America’s #1 Michael Jackson impersonator Danny Dash Andrews!

Doors: 7:30pm
Show: 8:00pm

Be apart of this incredible concert experience that pays tribute to the life and legacy of The King of Pop. A show for all ages, this two hour non-stop, high energy show will take you on a breathtaking magical musical journey that spans Jackson’s four decade career. The extraordinary production features state of the art concert lighting and sound that truly captures the essence of Michael Jackson’s worldwide concerts.

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Family Date Night- Egg-citing Night of Family Fun

Family Date Night- Egg-citing Night of Family Fun

Family Date Night- Egg-citing Night of Family Fun

Join us for Family Date Night- Egg-citing Night of Family Fun!

This is the ideal task and it will be prepared without a moment to spare for Easter! The possibility of family night out on the town is to cooperate to make a showstopper while eating Clay Cup style. The night incorporates:

1 Main Project (Egg Tray)

1 Large Mama Theresa Pizza

4 Drinks

All provisions, terminating and thought layouts are incorporated. Family night out on the town is about Art, Laughter, Memories and Fun. Spaces are constrained, so make a point to RSVP your spot. The $50 covers a group of 4. Extra Projects, Pizza or beverages will be accessible, simply let us know in remarks area of sign up structure. On the off chance that you have any inquiries, if it’s not too much trouble email the studio at claycupstudios@yahoo.com or call us at 409-762-2529

TICKET INFO HERE

Mudbug Festival at Dayton Community Center

Mudbug Festival at Dayton Community Center

Mudbug Festival at Dayton Community Center

Join us today for Mudbug Festival at Dayton Community Center!

The Mudbug Festival will be facilitated by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce. There will be a live band, live closeout, quiet sale, and the occasion is BYOB. The ticket costs are $50 for grown-ups, $20 for a long time 3 to 12, and $25 at the entryway (no nourishment included). Sponsorships are accessible for this occasion. For more data call the Dayton Chamber of Commerce at 936-257-2393.

DAYTON CHAMBER LINK HERE 

2020 Egg Hunt at The Wellness Center at Bayside

2020 Egg Hunt at The Wellness Center at Bayside

2020 Egg Hunt at The Wellness Center at Bayside

Join us today for 2020 Egg Hunt at The Wellness Center at Bayside!

FREE occasion for everybody for kids 0-2, 3-6, and 7-11 years old.

FREE Face Painting!

FREE sausages and beverages for everybody following the chase. Everybody is welcome – regardless of whether you don’t have any little ones chasing for eggs!

Easter Bunnies close by for photographs! Bring your own crates and cameras. For any inquiries or extra data, if it’s not too much trouble call us at 409-267-3700.

Pyramid Kids Preschool Camps at Moody Gardens

Pyramid Kids Preschool Camps at Moody Gardens

Location: Aquarium Pyramid

Perfect for children 3-5 years of age!

Explore how seals help scientists with ocean research.

Take an adventure through the Moody Gardens Pyramids as we learn about the roles that animals serve in nature and how they relate to roles people serve in our own communities. Join us for games, crafts, experiments, themed snacks and attraction visits.

Cost: $20 ($17 for members)
Cost includes one adult chaperone

For additional information or to register, please call 409-683-4325 or e-mail education@moodygardens.org.

Pitcher Plants and Pines at Big Thicket

Pitcher Plants and Pines at Big Thicket

Pitcher Plants and Pines at Big Thicket

Join us today for Pitcher Plants and Pines at Big Thicket

Transcending pines and meat eating plants become practically one next to the other on the Pitcher Plant Trail. Find out about these plants and more on this 1-mile climb. Meet at the Pitcher Plant Trailhead on CR 4850, around 2 miles south of FM 1943. Bring water and great strolling shoes.

MORE INFO HERE

Art in the Park 2020 at Stark Park – Orange

Art in the Park 2020 at Stark Park - Orange

Art in the Park 2020 at Stark Park – Orange

Join us for Art in the Park 2020 at Stark Park – Orange

Write in your schedules, the eighteenth yearly Art in the Park is coming back to downtown Orange! This occasion will be held at Stark Park on Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.

The Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau welcomes those of any age to go to this FREE occasion including in excess of 100 craftsmen and crafters from southeast Texas, southwest Louisiana, and encompassing regions. Notwithstanding specialists and crafters, participants can make the most of youngsters’ exercises, nourishment merchants, and a day loaded with live amusement from Curse and the Cure, trailed by The Ruxpins.

It would be ideal if you note, no mutts, no pets, and no coolers will be permitted at Art in the Park.

For extra data, it would be ideal if you contact the Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau at 409.883.1011 or 409.883.1010.

10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020 presented by Atturo Tires

10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020 presented by Atturo Tires

10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020 presented by Atturo Tires

Join us for 10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020 presented by Atturo Tires

All Truck Drag Racing, Custom Truck Show and Burnout Pit!

HPT Shoot-Out 2020
April 4th at Houston Raceway (Baytown, TX)
Drag Racing, Burnout pit and Top 100 Custom Truck and Car show!

Saturday, April 4th 2020

Pit Gate Opens 8:00 AM
Spectator Gate Opens 8:00 AM
Drag Racing: Test and Tune begins at 10:00 AM

Entrance Fees
Free: Kids under 12

BYOB (NO GLASS BOTTLES)

RACING CLASSES

Full Size Truck Class
$200 Buy-in$1,500 on top /10 Trucks
$2,000 on top /15 Trucks
Stock frame rail
29.5×10.5w
315 max tire

10.00 Index Class
1st place: $1,200
2nd place: $600

11.00 Index Class
1st place: $1,000
2nd place: $500

12.00 Index Class
1st place: $750
2nd place: $375

13.00 Index Class
1st place: $500
2nd place: $250

Any Questions? Feel free to post here or email us at events@ondgas.com

TICKET INFO HERE

10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020

10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020

Join us for 10th Anniversary HPT Shoot-Out 2020

All Truck Drag Racing, Custom Truck Show and Burnout Pit!

HPT Shoot-Out 2020
April 4th at Houston Raceway (Baytown, TX)
Drag Racing, Burnout pit and Top 100 Custom Truck and Car show!

Saturday, April 4th 2020

Pit Gate Opens 8:00 AM
Spectator Gate Opens 8:00 AM
Drag Racing: Test and Tune begins at 10:00 AM

Entrance Fees
Free: Kids under 12

BYOB (NO GLASS BOTTLES)

RACING CLASSES TBD
(Only TRUCKS/SUVS are allowed to RACE!)

Any Questions? Feel free to post here or email us at events@ondgas.com

An Evening with the Author at Sterling Municipal Library

An Evening with the Author at Sterling Municipal Library

An Evening with the Author at Sterling Municipal Library

The Friends of Sterling Municipal Library are inviting regarded creator, David R. Dow, for their yearly Evening with the Author occasion. This occasion is free, and the initial 30 visitors will get a free book.

David R. Dow is the writer of a few books including Things I’ve Learned from Dying and Confessions of an Innocent Man. He is a Cullen Professor at the University of Houston Law Center and the Rorschach Visiting Professor of History at Rice University. An alum of Rice and Yale, Dow’s subject matters incorporate protected law and hypothesis, contract law, and capital punishment law. Working with understudies in his capital punishment center, Dow has spoken to more than one hundred death-row detainees during their state and government claims. He is additionally the organizer and chief of the Texas Innocence Network. http://texasinnocencenetwork.com/

He lives in Houston and Park City, Utah, with his better half, Katya, their child, Lincoln, and their mutts, Delano and Soul.

Southeast Texas Self-Advocate Meeting

Southeast Texas Self-Advocate Meeting

Join us for Southeast Texas Self-Advocate Meeting

The SETX Self-Advocates is a group of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities ages 18 and up who want to learn to advocate for their rights and become as independent as possible. The group meets the 1st Thursday of every month and hosts community service projects throughout the year.

Adam & Chris Carroll at Courville’s

Adam & Chris Carroll at Courville's

Adam & Chris Carroll at Courville’s

Live Music with Adam & Chris Carroll at Courville’s

General Admission

Seating is assigned based on ticket purchase order.

Request for seating preference may be made in the comment section of the order.  We will do our best to accommodate the request, but these special request are not guaranteed based on the constraints of the room.

You will receive complimentary Courville’s dinner buffet and non alcoholic beverages.

TICKET INFO HERE

First Thursdays at AMSET

First Thursdays at AMSET

Joining in on the First Thursday fun downtown, AMSET stays open later and gives the community a chance to see its current exhibitions while enjoying great jazz!

AMSET’s winter exhibits, EMILY PEACOCK: Pure Comedy and DAVID MCGEE: Black Paintings will be on view in the main galleries.

Admission is free and open to the public. Wine and beer will be available for purchase and light refreshments will be offered.

 

For more information, visit amset.org or call (409) 832-3432.

Lemonade Day Kickoff Celebration at BCM

Lemonade Day Kickoff Celebration at BCM

Lemonade Day Kickoff Celebration at BCM

Join us for Lemonade Day Kickoff Celebration at BCM

Lemonade Day is an enjoyment, experiential program that shows youth how to begin, possess and work their own special business – a lemonade stand. Every year, in partaking urban areas, youth have the chance to encounter enterprise by setting up their business during their district’s locale wide Lemonade Day, May 3, 2020. For the third year, the Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce is focusing on an objective of 500 third eighth graders, to take an interest. Enlistment is open! The opening shot is March 31, 2020 4:00 – 6:00 PM, at the Beaumont Children’s Museum. The opening shot is supported by the Port of Beaumont. During the Kickoff Celebration, you can get rucksacks, exercise manuals, and shirts. Also we will have giveaways, and treats! Follow Lemonade Day Jefferson County and register at https://lemonadeday.org/Jefferson-County

Hosted by Lemonade Day Jefferson County and 2 others

Fiddler on the Roof at Lutcher Theater

Fiddler on the Roof at Lutcher Theater

Fiddler on the Roof at Lutcher Theater

Join us for Fiddler on the Roof at Lutcher Theater

A REASON FOR CELEBRATION!

Tony®-winning chief Bartlett Sher welcomes his new interpretation of a dearest perfect work of art to life as FIDDLER ON THE ROOF starts a North American visit direct from Broadway. A brilliant cast and a rich symphony recount to this endearing story of fathers and little girls, married couples, and the immortal conventions that characterize confidence and family. To adore! To life!

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Glass Fusion Coral Bowls at Clay Cup Studios

Glass Fusion Coral Bowls at Clay Cup Studios

 

Coral bowls are a favorite at the studio. Its a perfect center piece at a dining table or hanging on the wall. Instructor will take you step by step on creating your masterpiece as well as teach about all glass fusion basics to anyone new to the art of glass.

Small Coral Bowl – $35

Medium Coral Bowl $50

Large Coral Bowl $75

The $10 is your RSVP & Studio Fee for the class. Make sure to RSVP as soon as you can. We only have 10 spots for each workshop and will not take walk-ins. Feel free to bring any food and drinks with you as we are food friendly and byob. If you have any questions or would like to book a private class, send us an email at claycupstudios@yahoo.com or call 409-762-2529

Amber Martin as Reba: Queen of C*ntry at Logon Cafe

Amber Martin as Reba: Queen of C*ntry at Logon Cafe

In the strides of exemplary comic character monologists, for example, Ruth Draper, Carol Burnett and Lily Tomlin, the Texas-conceived acclaimed vocalist and execution craftsman, Amber Martin, brings her honor winning slashes to The LogOn Cafe… This time, for the debut of Reba C*untry!

Be set up to appreciate a brain adjusting hour of carefully picked melodic and comedic vignettes from Amber’s own one of a kind rib-splitting understanding motivated by blue grass music hotshot, Reba McEntire.

Mixing Reba’s most prominent music hits with raunch, monologs, development, and corrosive topped parody alongside a flawless, multi-octave performing voice, Amber stars in her own serio-comic tribute to the incredible Queen of Country… Reba!

Logon Cafe, Beaumont, TX

8pm showtime

First start things out situated.

Restricted seating and a few seats with constrained perspective on organize.

Plan to show up sooner than expected for good seats to appear!

Incredible nourishment and beverages served all through show.

$10 at entryway.

Debut Backseat Liberty ,J. Wesley Hardin & Zach Feemster at Neches Brewing Co.

Debut Backseat Liberty ,J. Wesley Hardin & Zach Feemster at Neches Brewing Co.

Live Music with Debut Backseat Liberty ,J. Wesley Hardin & Zach Feemster at Neches Brewing Co.

Introducing Backseat Liberty! A local rock/blues/country supergroup with songs to sing and tales to tell. See them first at Neches Brewing Company March 28, 2020.

Barbara Hickey – Guitar/vocals
Jeff Bedair – Drums
Jeremy Williams – Bass/vocals
Cody Eldridge – Guitar/vocals

J. Wesley Hardin + Zach Feemster will kick us off at 8pm

Breakdowns and Shakedowns at Texas Rose Saloon

Breakdowns and Shakedowns at Texas Rose Saloon

Breakdowns and Shakedowns at Texas Rose Saloon

Live music with Breakdowns and Shakedowns at Texas Rose Saloon

Breakdowns and Shakedowns comes to the Texas Rose Saloon in Beaumont! Featuring:

Aep Shyt
https://www.facebook.com/AEPSHYT/

Twinspan
https://www.facebook.com/twinspanband

Gas Station Sushi
https://www.facebook.com/GasStationSushiBand/

Immigration
https://www.facebook.com/immigrationtx/

Etsai
https://www.facebook.com/Etsai7/

21+
Doors at 8PM
$6 Cover

Imagery: Double Take Artist Reception at Sterling Municipal Library

Imagery: Double Take Artist Reception at Sterling Municipal Library

Imagery: Double Take Artist Reception at Sterling Municipal Library

Join us today for Imagery: Double Take Artist Reception at Sterling Municipal Library

Go along with us as we invite Imagery: Double Take’s taking an interest craftsmen for a gathering here at the Sterling Municipal Library. Taking an interest Artists incorporate Laura Burlton, Deborah Bay, Ray C. Carrington, III, Aileen Harding, Earlie Hudnall, and Gary Watson.

Caretakers Statement for Imagery: Double Take

“What am I seeing? That picture gets me! Ha – I just looked once more! These are a portion of the responses that happened as we found the work chose for this FotoFest 2020 show at Sterling Municipal Library. The craftsmen may have a progression of pictures from a similar task. Or on the other hand, there may be a few exceptional photographs by a similar craftsman. In any case, we were shocked, enchanted, befuddled, captivated! Most fine arts are made with the objective of catching the watcher’s consideration and taking part in a visual exchange, if not a genuine discussion about the work. We trust that the choice of photos for this display do only that – cause you to do a “twofold take” and talk with the craftsman and others about what you see!”

Co-curated by Diane Griffin Gregory and Jamie Eustace

Charley Crockett at Jefferson Theater ***CANCELLED***

Charley Crockett at Jefferson Theater

The Charley Crockett show scheduled for March 27, 2020 is postponed with a future date to be announced.

Charley Crockett, a true descendant of Davy Crockett, was born in a poor town in deep South Texas. His early years were spent between Texas and Louisiana, raised by a blues singing single mother in Dallas, and an uncle who introduced him to the big brass sound of the French Quarter in New Orleans where he would later learn how to play guitar as a street performer. In 2009, Crockett showed up in New York City, where he made a living captivating subway car audiences for several years before being discovered and offered a record deal as part of the street group “Trainrobbers.” Deciding to take his chances in a rapidly changing music industry, Charley declined the offer and headed west to California instead. Of mixed Jewish/White/Creole dissent, he has a unique sound blending a rich and diverse heritage of both new and traditional music. Crockett has been compared to many artists from Bill Withers and Jerry Lee Lewis to Dr. John and Citizen Cope. Elusive, rebellious and self taught, Crockett is a true street made original from earlier times.

Tickets on sale now at ticketmaster.com or available at the Beaumont Civic Center Box Office (open M-F, 9a-1p).

MORE MUSIC HERE

Frank Foster at HonkyTonk

Frank Foster at HonkyTonk

Frank Foster at HonkyTonk

Live Music with Frank Foster at HonkyTonk

$20 – Advance GA (First 100 tickets only!)
$25 – General Admission

  • Tickets are General Admission only! The purchase of a ticket does NOT guarantee you a seat or a table. Reservations are limited! Open seating that is available, is limited to first come, first serve. Please visit www.honkytonktexas.us for additional information on reservations, seating and FAQ.
  • This Concert is 18+ ONLY
  • The purchase of a pre-sale ticket is non-refundable.

Kana Harada: Celestial Garden at Art Museum of SETX

Kana Harada: Celestial Garden at Art Museum of SETX

Kana Harada: Celestial Garden at Art Museum of SETX

This exhibition will feature paintings and sculptures by Dallas-based artist Kana Harada, who works with hand-cut foam sheets, along with watercolor, paper, and natural materials to create pieces that embody a wish for peace, a love for humanity, mother earth, and the universe. This artwork evokes the serenity of the “Fuji Sanctuary,” a gathering site at the foot of Mt. Fuji in Japan, near the artist’s birthplace of Tokyo, Japan. A peace ceremony will be held at the opening reception, inviting visitors to take part in a spiritual gathering, aiming to spread peace to all of the earth. Celestial Garden will include a site-specific installation, suspended sculptures, and two-dimensional cut paper and watercolor paintings.

Kana Harada studied graphic design, Japanese fine art, and drawing at Ochanomizu School of Fine Arts in Tokyo, Japan. Harada is the recipient of the Beth Lea and John L. Clardy Memorial Award at 23rd Annual Exhibition, Art in The Metroplex at Texas Christian University. She has had both national and international solo and group exhibitions and her work is featured in several print and online publications and reviews, including Vitamin D Magazine, Glasstire, Star Telegram, Houston Press, among others. Her work is included in the collections of Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas, Texas, and the Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas.

This exhibition is generously funded, in part, by the Garth Family Partnership in memory of Mary Jane Garth and Harriet Garth, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Beaumont, the Wesley W. Washburn, M.D. and Lulu L. Smith, M.D. Endowment Fund and the C. Homer and Edith Fuller Chambers Charitable Foundation.

Patrick Turk: Higher Planes at Art Museum of SETX

Patrick Turk: Higher Planes at Art Museum of SETX

Patrick Turk: Higher Planes at Art Museum of SETX

Join us for Patrick Turk: Higher Planes at Art Museum of SETX

Patrick Turk investigates customary accounts and antiquated folklores saw through a hallucinogenic focal point. By joining chronicled outlines with ideas from sci-fi, for example, time travel, conscious planets, and speculative science, he makes vivid portrayals of strict, fanciful, and magical purposeful anecdotes.

The presentation will highlight a vivid site-explicit establishment just as hand-cut paper gatherings which are regularly substantially sourced from sci-fi books, reference books, history, and logical charts. Says Turk, “The extraordinary degrees of detail become a microcosm, framing an impression of the human relationship to the pliancy of reality, and to the procedure of self-unfurling.”

Patrick was conceived in Galveston, Texas, and lives and works in Houston. His arrays have been shown at Art Storm, Cris Worley Fine Arts, Lawndale Art Center and Rudolph/Projects/Art Scan just as displays in Galveston, Texas and Los Angeles, California. In 2013, he was an Artist in Residence at the Lawndale Art Center. His works have been distributed a few times in Mung Being Magazine and he has finished prominent commissions for the 2009 Houston Art Car Parade Poster just as the Philokalia collection spread by Golden Cities.

Patrick Turk is one of 60 craftsmen remembered for the book, The Art of Found Objects: Interviews with Texas Artists (Texas A&M Press), wrote by Robert Craig Bunch and discharged in 2016. He was additionally highlighted in the simultaneous display, The Art of Found Objects, held at Lone Star College-Kingwood in November 2016.

This display is liberally subsidized, to some extent, by Rob Clark and Jerry Thacker, Architectural Alliance, Daniels Construction, the Edaren Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Beaumont, the Wesley W. Washburn, M.D. also, Lulu L. Smith, M.D. Blessing Fund and the C. Homer and Edith Fuller Chambers Charitable Foundation.

POUND Lights Out Fitness Night – Baytown

POUND Lights Out Fitness Night - Baytown

POUND Lights Out Fitness Night – Baytown

Join us for POUND Lights Out Fitness Night – Baytown

Go along with US FOR A ROCK SHOW WHERE YOU ARE THE STAR – an hour of fun wellness in obscurity. Best of all it’s FREE. (16 and up)

So wear your most intelligent apparel and come prepared to ROCK! It is a sparkle meeting (brilliant dress) either white or fluorescent. The more splendid the neon shading the more noteworthy the possibility that the thing will sparkle. Fluorescent green, pink, yellow, and orange are the most secure wagers.

POUND® is the world’s first cardio jam session
inspired by the infectious, energizing and sweat dripping
fun of playing the drums.

Registration is required! Online at https://bit.ly/2OYEBYk or over the phone.

Elemenopy at The Logon Cafe

Elemenopy at The Logon Cafe

 

It’s true! Elemenopy (those two TV rockstars you know and love as the rhythm section of The Comedy Jam on Comedy Central) are returning to Beaumont….
That is the magic of playing a show in Beaumont in November… all the rock and/or roll partying you’ve come to expect from Elemenopy without any of the freezing temps and treacherous roads of the BIG APPLE!
Of course, expect an appearence by our Beastie Boys Tribute WHAT’S THAT NOISE, and lots of other surprises…

Shinyribs at Courville’s

Shinyribs at Courville’s

Live Music with Shinyribs at Courville’s

General Admission

Seating is assigned based on ticket purchase order.

Request for seating preference may be made in the comment section of the order.  We will do our best to accommodate the request, but these special request are not guaranteed based on the constraints of the room.

You will receive complimentary Courville’s dinner buffet and non alcoholic beverages.

TICKET INFO HERE

Inspirational Woman Reception at Mary and John Gray Library

Inspirational Woman Reception at Mary and John Gray Library

Inspirational Woman Reception at Mary and John Gray Library

Join us for Inspirational Woman Reception at Mary and John Gray Library

In festivity of Women’s History Month, the Office of Global Diversity and Inclusive Excellence will have its third Annual Inspirational Women’s Reception. Grants will be given to a female personnel, staff, understudy, and graduated class. The subject during the current year is But Still I Rise in tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou, a Phenomenal Woman.

 

Peter Rabbit Tales at Lutcher Theater

Peter Rabbit Tales at Lutcher Theater

Peter Rabbit Tales at Lutcher Theater

Join us for Peter Rabbit Tales at Lutcher Theater

Peter Rabbit, his sister Flopsy and his cousin Benjamin are all grown up with families of their own. Mischievous by nature, the cousins set out on an adventure when the nasty badger, Tommy Brock, decides to steal the babies. Based on three of Beatrix Potter’s “rabbit tales”.

Grades: K-3rd
Curriculum Connections: Characterization, Foreshadowing, Protagonist, Antagonist, and Music.

TICKET INFO HERE

Readers Gonna Read & Chat and Chew Book Clubs Joint Meeting

Readers Gonna Read & Chat and Chew Book Clubs Joint Meeting

Readers Gonna Read & Chat and Chew Book Clubs Joint Meeting

The Readers Gonna Read (PN) and the Chat and Chew (G) book clubs are holding a joint book club discussion of the book “The Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt. We will be meeting at the Groves Public Library. All are welcome to attend!

Copies of the book are available at the Groves Public Library. Please call 409-962-6281 to check on availability.

Zach Gonzalez at 5 Under Golf Center

Zach Gonzalez at 5 Under Golf Center

Live Music with Zach Gonzalez at 5 Under Golf Center

“I’m a Professional Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist/Musician/Composer

I love to Sing,Play Guitar,Piano,drums,bass ,and compose songs,I’m 26 now and have had an amazing oppurtunity I got requested to play with Tracy Byrd 6 years back, Im taking a shot at my profession as a Solo Artist

My objective in life is to be A Legend in My own time,A Huge Superstar,and Be a Role Model everyone can gaze upward to around the globe , I will work constantly hard and I will consistently follow my fantasy and have confidence.”

 

 

RamFlow Fest 2020 at Madison’s

RamFlow Fest 2020 at Madison's

RamFlow Fest 2020 at Madison’s

Live Music with RamFlow Fest 2020 at Madison’s

This event is free to the public but a suggested $5-10 donation will be taken at the door. 100% of this donation will go to the bands playing this year’s festival. We encourage you check out each bands merchandise at the festival!

A spotify playlist has been created for this year’s festival.

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1Xe92Fccr7r3maLi4E40dM?fbclid=IwAR3iPSvq1BAjbRUnp3QC-vBgiZELBiEXecplIImMgWnz6_r9YoSRdRMhsUo

Lineup

The Ramblin’ Boys (10:10-11:00)
Pug Johnson and The Hounds (8:25-9:10)
The Lonesome Haunts (7:35-8:20)
Carver Commodore (6:45-7:30)
Ole Lonesome (5:55-6:40)
Mighty Brother (5:05-5:50)
Lizdelise (4:20-5:00)
Wait And Shackle (3:35-4:15)
Hitchhikers (2:50-2:45)
Cody Schaeffer (2:05-2:45)

*Lineup times are subject to change. Please check the event page closer to the festival for the finalized lineup.

Jarrod Sterrett at The Chute

Jarrod Sterrett at The Chute

 

Jarrod Sterrett moved to Huntsville in 2006 and had a passion for music along with 8 years of experience playing. Since he was the new guy in town, he had a hard time getting a steady set of musicians to play with him. When he got gigs that required more than an acoustic show he asked musicians that didn’t have a regular band or any loyalties to play with him. Musicians refer to these jobs as hired gun work so naturally he billed himself as Jarrod Sterrett and the Hired Guns. In September of 2009 he got a steady group of guys and started gigging more but the name remained. Now they are a band with over 50 years of combined experience. They are known for being able to play songs that get the crowd on their feet and singing at the top of their lungs. Then they take the same crowd down to a slow dancing mood with a love ballad.

Paul Childers at Madison’s

Paul Childers at Madison's

Paul Childers at Madison’s

Live Music with Paul Childers at Madison’s

At times the lines drawn between types of music appear to be so permanent right now mechanical proclivity in present day Pop music and the journey for flawlessness. Any semblance of Blues and Jazz and their skill for ad lib are thought to be abandoned right now; to be the music saved for our dads and craftsmen discovered uniquely in high contrast photographs. This, be that as it may, isn’t the situation for Paul Childers.

Hailing from Nashville, Paul Childers is attempting to challenge all that you considered the fate of music. Declining to be ghettoized, Paul figures out how to obscure the lines cast between Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimi Hendrix styles of guitar playing, a Motown beat segment, and Pop vocal tunes.

What truly intrigues is the absence of protection during an exhibition. Between a guitar, bass, piano, and drum set, there is nothing for the performers to hole up behind. No pre-recorded, programming instruments or foundation vocals; still the sound is huge. The tone and steadiness is in the hands and the hearts of the players. Regardless of whether it’s a little club in a town of 10,000 on a moderate Tuesday or a sold-out horde of 4,000 at ASU’s Gammage Theater, each one gets a similar show. A feeling of closeness it brought to the stage. This could be to a limited extent to Paul’s way to deal with songwriting, which is likewise very invigorating. It’s just as the diary of the youngster singing turns into the content. It’s straightforward, it’s shrewd, and now and again, grievous. All things considered, it’s not saved for a multi year-old figuring out how to live and cherish in the 21st century. The development appeared in the topic and themes identify with any individual who has ever realized what it resembles to have and have-not.

Depicting Paul Childers isn’t simple. It’s something you need to see with your own eyes. The look is smooth and the music is much sleeker.

MORE MUSIC HERE

 

Dinner and a Movie at Suga’s

Dinner and a Movie at Suga's

Dinner and a Movie at Suga’s

Join us for Dinner and a Movie at Suga’s

Come and go along with us for the arrival of:

Supper and a Movie.

Saturday March 21st

Snicker and Cry as you appreciate!!!

” I Am Sam”

Your night will incorporate complimentary pop corn and candy just as a four course supper . Gourmet specialist Evan will ensure your taste buds are support as you participate in the film including a hors d’oeuvre, serving of mixed greens, course and treat.

Thoroughly stocked bar accessible

Entryways open at 6:30 film begins at 7:00pm.

$45 per individual

Hold your spot today !!! (409)813-1808

Keith Neubauer & Bruce Brown at 3 Doors Down Bar

Keith Neubauer & Bruce Brown at 3 Doors Down Bar

 

Don’t miss Keith Neubauer on Keys and Bruce Brown on guitar. This is a dynamic duo playing all your favorites such as the Beatles, Elton John and other classic sing a longs.

Bring your family and friends to enjoy a wonderful evening on the patio or in side with a cold beer or nice glass of wine.

As always, pet friendly.

Jackie Caillier at Larry’s French Market

Jackie Caillier at Larry’s French Market

Live Music tonight with Jackie Caillier at Larry’s French Market

The Cajun Cousins are a cohesive group of Cajun musicians rooted around the Louisiana-Texas border. C’mon out to Larry’s and enjoy a delicious cajun meal and family-friendly dining. Stay for the fun cajun music and dancing. It’s always a good time at Larry’s French Market!

Arts & Eats Fest at Town Square – Baytown

Arts & Eats Fest at Town Square - Baytown

Arts & Eats Fest at Town Square – Baytown

Join us today for Arts & Eats Fest at Town Square – Baytown

The 2020 Arts and Eats Fest is back and like nothing anyone’s ever seen! This honor winning occasion includes a chalk workmanship demos, nourishment trucks, two phases of live amusement, unique child’s exercises, thus substantially more. Go along with us around Square for an evening of astounding craftsmanship, extraordinary nourishment, and all-around fun!

Music diversion at the current year’s occasion will be facilitated by Goose Creek CISD and Lee College.

Texas Revolution at The Bryan Museum

Texas Revolution at The Bryan Museum

Texas Revolution at The Bryan Museum

Join us today for Texas Revolution at The Bryan Museum

In 1835, four German migrants joined as volunteer troopers in the Texan rebel against Mexico. These men strolled and rode across Texas, helped catch San Antonio from the Mexican armed force and served at Goliad under Colonel Fannin. At this energizing project, you’ll gain proficiency with the realities and legends which later developed in the diaries of one the warriors, Herman Ehrenberg. Teacher James E. Fresh will push through the legends to depict the genuine Ehrenberg by relating his one of a kind individual story of the Texan War for Independence.

James E. Fresh, who holds degrees from Rice and Yale Universities, is Professor Emeritus of History at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. He has created or co-wrote 10 books identifying with Texas History and his first book, Sleuthing the Alamo: Davy Crockett’s Last Stand and Other Mysteries of the Texas Revolution won the T. R. Fehrenbach prize from the Texas Historical Commission, and has been converted into Spanish and distributed in Mexico. For just about 30 years, Crisp has accumulated proof for an authoritative release of Herman Ehrenberg’s popular, however regularly misjudged, journal of the Texas Revolution.

TICKET INFO HERE

Celtic Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Celtic Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Celtic Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Join us for Celtic Festival at Kemah Boardwalk

Join us for a celebration of Celtic culture! Enjoy live music by bands like Tomfooligans, and The Blaggards, vendors, activities for the little Celts, food, drinks, and dance performances by Cass-Barrington Academy of Irish Dance & more!

https://www.kemahboardwalk.com/featuring/celtic-fest/

South Texas State Fair ***CANCELLED***

South Texas State Fair ***CANCELLED***

Join us for the South Texas State Fair! Come out , and enjoy the annual fair festivities. Join us inside The Ford Park Arena for the YLMB Championship rodeo, or enjoy watching/placing beds on fine bred local animals at our youth auction, or just shop around the exhibition hall. Outside Fair-goers’ will also again enjoy their favorite rides plus some new and exciting experiences.  Don’t forget, and stop though at one of the many concession stands, and try your favorite fair treats ranging from delicious deep fried funnel cakes, Oreo’s , Twinkies, cookie dough, pickles, corn dogs….. you name it im sure you can find it ! Come out, and bring the family and have some fun !

 

Schedule 

Tickets

List of Rides 

 

 

 

Family Fun & Food Fest at Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion ***CANCELLED***

Family Fun & Food Fest at Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion

Family Fun & Food Fest at Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion ***CANCELLED***

Out of precaution, the City of Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau has cancelled the Family Fun & Food Fest scheduled to take place at the Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion on Saturday, March 21.

The City of Orange is saddened to make this decision; however, the health and well-being of our community, citizens, and visitors is of utmost importance. Although there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Orange County, the City of Orange is taking precautionary measures to reduce unnecessary risks.

The City of Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau encourages event attendees to stay up-to-date with event information online at www.orangetexas.org or through Facebook @OrangeCVB.

Join us for Family Fun & Food Fest at Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion

Join the Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau at the Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion on Saturday, March 21, from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. what’s more, appreciate a day loaded up with family-accommodating enjoyment! There will be no charge to go to the Family Fun and Food Fest in downtown Orange.

Appreciate exercises sure to engage those of any age, for example, a petting zoo, jumping castles, and significantly more! Participants are welcome to get incredible chomps to eat from various nourishment trucks accessible on location. End your thrilling day with a motion picture on the grass including Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on an enormous inflatable screen starting at around 7:30 P.M.

If you don’t mind note, no canines, no pets, and no coolers will be permitted at the Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion. Participants are urged to bring a seat or cover for survey of the film.

Have questions? Contact the Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau at 409.883.1011.

Hosted by Orange Convention & Visitors Bureau

Michael Londra and the Celtic Fire ***CANCELLED***

The Michael Londra & The Celtic Fire Show scheduled for March 20, 2020 is cancelled. Refunds are available at point of purchase.

Show front man and one of Ireland’s leading tenors, Michael Londra brings a talented 5-piece band and a world class dance troop, the Celtic Fire! Michael Londra and The Celtic Fire will light up the Julie Rogers Theatre Friday, March 20, 2020!

BCM Carnival Extended Hours

BCM Carnival Extended Hours

BCM Carnival Extended Hours

Join us today for BCM Carnival Extended Hours

Come One, Come All! Step right up to the most fun around! Games, Small Prizes, Balloon Artist and more! The festivities can’t start with out you so come join us at our BCM Carnival on March 20th from 4:00-7:00 PM!

More exciting details coming soon!

Admission: $5 per adult/child and BCM Members FREE!

Free Community Luncheon at The Wellness Center at Bayside

Free Community Luncheon at The Wellness Center at Bayside

 

We invite you to the our monthly community luncheon.
>>>You do not have to be a member to attend.
>>There is no cost to attend and have lunch.

This month’s guest speaker will discuss Income Tax Updates/Changes

Lunch will be served at 12:00pm
Call us with any questions – 409-267-3700

Szlachetka & Hunter Tynan Davis at Old Quarter

Szlachetka & Hunter Tynan Davis at Old Quarter

Szlachetka & Hunter Tynan Davis at Old Quarter

Live Music with Szlachetka & Hunter Tynan Davis at Old Quarter

**Acoustic “In-The-Round” Nashville style show where we share stories and songs**

TICKETS $12 ADV. – $15 AT THE DOOR
https://szlachetkamusic.com/
http://www.huntertynandavis.com/

SZLACHETKA:

2020 is ramping up for the release of Szlachetka’s anticipated upcoming new album Young Heart, Old Soul that was produced by Grammy winning producer Scott Underwood (Drummer/ founding member of TRAIN). The album was recorded at Blackbird Studio A and Thunderwood Sound in Nashville between June 30- July 12 of 2019.
The sophomore album from Rolling Stone “Artist to Watch,” SZLACHETKA (pronounced SLA-HET-KA) was released February 16, 2018. With its mix of modern Americana, 70s California rock, and singer/songwriter sentiments, Heart of My Hometown is a classic record for the contemporary world.
Singer/songwriter Szlachetka co-wrote the 11 songs for his record while on the road—finding breaks during a busy two-year period that saw him playing roughly 400 shows. Traveling alone, he kept an eye on the world unrolling outside his car window. The sights, sounds, and stories he encountered along the way eventually found their way into his own music, resulting in a hook-filled, guitar-driven record about highways, homes, and the people who fill both.
Years before he teamed up with Grammy-winning producer David Bianco (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Lucinda Williams) for the Heart of My Hometown sessions, Szlachetka was the frontman of acclaimed LA-based roots-rock band the Northstar Session. With the band, he recorded five albums and appeared in NBC’s TV series Parenthood. He began his solo career in 2014 releasing Waits for a Storm to Find.
Three years later, Heart of My Hometown shines new light on Szlachetka as a singer, prolific songwriter, storyteller, and fiery lead guitarist. It’s an album whose touchstones include the charged roots-rock of Tom Petty and the warm, acoustic sounds of Jackson Browne. Szlachetka moves between both ends of that spectrum with ease, splitting his time between full-band anthems — including the riff-heavy “Until That Echo,” co-written with Train’s Scott Underwood — and more intimate, acoustic moments like “Wildflowers on the Highway.” The album’s title track rests somewhere in the middle, layering pop hooks and three-part harmonies into a nostalgic song about remembering one’s roots. It’s an album built for road trips, slow dances, wild Friday nights, and everything in between.
Rolling Stone hailed Szlachetka as one of the 10 New Artists You Need to Know, describing his forthcoming album as “a soundtrack for both the highway and the heartland…a collection of road-dog roots-rockers and Americana ballads inspired by the people (and places) he’s left behind in the rearview mirror.”
Now based in Nashville, Szlachetka continues to tour nationally with a schedule that’s seen him open for Charlie Starr/ Blackberry Smoke, The Heartbreakers’ Mike Campbell, Brandi Carlile, Chris Isaak, Brandy Clark, The Byrds’ Chris Hillman and more.

Hunter Tynan Davis:

Writers of all stripes are often told to “write what they know.” For Nashville songwriter Hunter Tynan Davis, that opens up a whole lot of territory fertile for musical ideas. On his new album Ferris Wheel, produced by Wilco’s Ken Coomer, Davis offers up a stirring collection of songs that draw from his myriad eclectic influences, both musical and familial.

The son of “basically just two hippies,” as he puts it, Davis was born on the Gulf of Mexico and grew up alongside his parents and grandfather on his grandfather’s shrimp boat. The family eventually made semi-permanent landfall in southeast Texas, following in the footsteps of five generations before them.

Shrimping is just one piece of what Davis calls “his Forrest Gump story.” His paternal grandfather, Walter Buddy Davis, played professional basketball in the NBA and won the gold medal in the men’s high jump at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland, despite having polio as a child and being told he’d never walk. His father played basketball in Alaska and Hawaii before moving back to Texas, where he’d both earn a cut (“A Candle Burns in the Window of My Heart”) as a songwriter and work his way from bus driver to district lead for Texas congressman Charlie Wilson.

The younger Davis would go on to play division one college football, eventually deciding music was his true calling and heading back to Texas to pursue a degree in music. In 2011, Davis moved to Nashville and enrolled at Tennessee State University, where he began playing in blues trios and pursuing his musical passions in earnest.

“When I started songwriting, it was like I was taking over the family business,” Davis says. “It was very seamless in its transition.”

Davis is a “singer-songrocker,” a term he coined to better represent himself as a songwriter, musician, and performer. “Singer-songwriter portrayed it in too soft a light,” he says laughing. “So I came up with singer-songrocker. That’s my genre.”

On Magnolia, Davis brings his kaleidoscopic worldview to his songs, imbuing the traditional hallmarks of Americana music — thoughtful arrangements, narrative songwriting — with a level of heart, soul, and warmth that isn’t often seen in a genre increasingly concerned with (often embellished) hardscrabble self-mythologizing and overwrought self-seriousness.

It was the title track that initially won Coomer over when the pair first met to discuss working together on what would become Magnolia. Chatting with a buddy prior to the meeting, Davis learned that Coomer missed the country waltzes of the ’50s and ’60s, and wished more young artists would take the style seriously. Davis found his in.

“I went home that night and I wrote ‘Magnolia’ in about two hours, exactly the way you hear it on the record,” he says. “I played him ‘Magnolia.’ The first thing he said was, ‘Wonderful song. Is that a waltz?’ I didn’t tell him the whole story for about six months.”

After forging a musical kinship, Davis and Coomer, who also lent drums to Magnolia, went into the studio, recruiting players Guthrie Trapp (Vince Gill, John Oates, Dolly Parton) on lead guitar, Maureen Murphy (Zac Brown Band, Will Hoge) on background vocals, and Laur Joamets (Sturgill Simpson) on steel and slide guitar.

One of the album’s standout tracks is “Best Is Yet to Come,” a soulful anthem about hanging in there when times are tough. “Perpetual optimism emanates out of every word, verse, and chorus,” Davis says of the track. “Lyrically, the positive direction is intentional and motivating, while the acoustic guitar riffs happily counterpoint the straightforward Americana rock vibe of the rhythm section.”

On the haunting ballad “Karma,” Davis has created what he calls a “spectral soundscape,” performed and recorded to mirror the lyrics’ visceral emotions. It’s both a sonic and narrative outlier, and grounds the other tracks’ warmth and optimism. “‘Karma’ is a slight departure from the overall positive outlook of the record, but provides a much needed balance of uncommon truth,” he says.

Davis has clearly led an unorthodox life, one that undoubtedly led him to many of the found truths he chronicles within Magnolia’s tracks. It’s a statement of an album, brought to us by an artist with plenty worth saying.

William Beckmann at Neches Brewing Company

William Beckmann at Neches Brewing Company

William Beckmann at Neches Brewing Company

Live Music with William Beckmann at Neches Brewing Company

 

William Beckmann was raised on the Mexican border in the town of Del Rio, Texas. At an early age, Beckmann discovered his passion for writing songs and performing. The 24 year-old singer considers his music to be a blend between Traditional Country and Americana, and often writes songs that are reflective of his small town upbringing. Beckmann’s new album “Outskirts of Town” is a compilation of songs that captures the innocence of young love in Del Rio and the difficulties that come with leaving that behind. The seven song album was released in late November of 2018 and includes the single “I Wanna See You Tonight” which has a classic 90’s country sound. The album also includes the heart-wrenching ballad “Leavin’ Town” which was produced by legendary songwriter Radney Foster, a Del Rio native himself. Beckmann has played with, and opened up for several Texas Country artists including Radney Foster, Kevin Fowler, Randy Rogers, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Damn Quails, and Zane Williams. Currently, Beckmann is doing a Texas acoustic tour to promote his new release.

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Piper Rock Scissors at Logon Cafe

Piper Rock Scissors at Logon Cafe

Piper Rock Scissors at Logon Cafe

Live Music with Piper Rock Scissors at Logon Cafe

You can never have an excess of gathering! We love St. Patrick’s Day so much, we’re praising all week!

Come get your Irish on Thursday March nineteenth

at The LogOn Cafe.

We are hosting a St.Patty’s day Get-together!!

We will serve Corned Beef and Cabbage, Guinness on tap, Jameson and other fine Irish Whiskeys.

For your amusement the night’s topic will be sack funnels and Irish music facilitated by Krista N Jeff Courts and Piper Rock Scissors

$5 spread at the entryway

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical at Lutcher Theater

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical at Lutcher Theater

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical at Lutcher Theater

Join us for Beautiful: The Carol King Musical at Lutcher Theater

IT’S SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL!
BEAUTIFUL – THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL tells the Tony® and Grammy® Award-winning inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history. Along the way, she made more than beautiful music, she wrote the soundtrack to a generation.

TICKET INFO HERE