Gillespie County Crime Stoppers are hosting their 2nd annual benefit – “Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future” at Pat’s Hall, 406 Post Oak Road
A fundraiser to help the community of West, Texas will be held at historic Pat’s Hall, 406 Post Oak Road, from 1 pm to midnight on Saturday, August 10. All day admission is $25. Bands scheduled so far include the Czechaholics, the Seven Dutchmen, the Bill Smallwood Band and headliner Weldon Henson. Bands will be playing in the hall during the day, and from 8:30 pm to midnight one band will be playing in the hall and one on the patio. Refreshments and food vendors will be available. All proceeds benefit the citizens of West, Texas.
Jody Nix and his band are looking forward to playing once again at Pat’s Hall. Jody really, really wants to play in the pavilion (he asked us to book him in July so his chances would be better). He’s heard about playing there from Johnny Bush, Darrell McCall, and the many other bands that have played in the pavilion over the years. But we won’t be brokenhearted if we have to move inside because of some good ol’ rain. So come rain or shine, make plans to dance to Jody and the Texas Cowboys! $15 per person. Doors open at 7 p.m., dance begins at 8 p.m.
Many years ago, the Christmas Night Dance was an important event at Pat’s Hall. It was not unusual to have one thousand people in the hall to dance and celebrate with their family and friends. Then there was that horrific fire in 1947, when four people lost their lives.
But Pat’s Hall thinks it is time to bring that dance back. Too much football on TV? Come to Pat’s Hall. Too much family time (be honest)? Come to Pat’s Hall. Too much dessert and eggnog? Come to Pat’s Hall. Bo Porter Band will be on hand to entertain and play some really good dance music.
Genuine musical heritage steeped in classic country traditions sets a vocal standard for Bo Porter. His strong baritone voice has been compared with Marty Robbins, Faron Young, Merle Haggard, and even Johnny Cash. Bo’s unique style makes traditional hits all his own. Classic Country, bits of Blues, Rock n’ Roll, and a lot of heart and soul is what Bo Porter delivers. Award Winning Songwriter and TMA Male Vocalist Nominee.
The dance begins at 7 p.m. and tickets are available at PatsHall.com until 6 p.m. December 25, at the Pat’s Hall office Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and at the door. Children 12 and under are always free.
Oh yeah, dance off that extra helping of turkey and dressing and dessert to the music of Bobby Flores and the Yellow Rose Band. This is always a popular Pat’s Hall Dance – so we encourage you to get your tickets early! Beer and wine cash bar. Sorry, no BYOB. Tickets are also available at the Pat’s Hall office Monday through Friday, 8 amto 4 pm and at the door.
Pat’s Hall is at 406 Post Oak Road. Doors at 7 pm; dance at 8 pm. $15 per person. Rain or shine – no refunds! Call 830-997-7574 for more information.
WE’LL BE DANCING IN THE AIR-CONDITIONED HALL. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.
The Kick-A-Boot Band came about in the summer of 2007, when the regular band at the VFW Hall in Fredericksburg wanted to take the summer off. So Dora Lee Sewell managed to get a band together and they still play today. The band plays good old country classic dance music from artists such as Ray Price, Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells, Hank Thompson, Loretta Lynn, and many more. Members of the band are Gordon Dowdy (steel guitar and vocals), Kenneth Terry (fiddle), Andrew Neilsen (bass and vocals) and Mark Luedecke (drums).
Dora Lee began singing as a member of the Crenwelge Sisters in the early 50s. After a hiatus of many years, Dora Lee married Rip Sewell and told him stories about singing. They were at London Hall when Sewell asked the band if his wife could sit in. She was a success and performs in Opry shows in Mason and Llano.
If you like the CLASSIC country music, come on out to Pat’s Hall at 2:30 pm!
Come dance around the huge oak tree at this legendary dance hall.
Featuring the Rocky King Band.
Doors at 7 PM and dance at 8 PM. $10 per person; kids 12 and under are free.
Rain or shine – no refunds.
Thought it would be fun to see how many classes would come out to visit, dance around the tree, and generally have a lot of fun. We’re bringing back the old local 80s band, Crystal Peak, so you can go back in time. This idea started with the Class of ’82, but all classes are invited to attend. And if you’re not a Fredericksburg ex but just want to dance, come on…..the dance is open to everyone. The dance starts 8 pm.
Rudy from Sum Kinda BBQ will be selling BBQ sandwiches, sausage wraps, and chips and queso. Come hungry!
Tickets also available at the Pat’s Hall office Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and at the door.
Sorry, no BYOB.
Billy Mata and the Texas Tradition Band play traditional country and western swing music at its best. They are the most nominated band by the Academy of Western Artists, and Winner of the 2009 Western Swing CD of the Year, “This is Tommy Duncan.” They have also just released a brand new CD entitled, “By Request.”
The band has been performing traditional music for Texas dancehalls and a brand new generation of western wing dancers. The music is all energy, heart, spirit, and the magic musical talent of Billy’s band, The Texas Tradition, now celebrating more than 30 years together!
The dance is from 8 to midnight, and doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person and children 12 and under are free. Tickets will be available at the door. BBQ sandwiches, sausage wraps and chips and queso will be available, as well as a beer and wine cash bar. Sorry, no BYOB. Tickets are available online.
Pat’s Hall is at 406 Post Oak Road.
Thomas Micheal Riley will perform at Pat’s Hall Saturday September 8 at Pat’s Hall, 406 Post Oak Road at 8 pm. The dance benefits Gillespie County Crime Stoppers. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $25 at the door.