Historic Pat’s Hall and a number of musicians have joined together for “Dance Fest for West”, an all-day fundraising event benefiting the community of West, Texas on Saturday, August 10, from 1:00 p.m. until midnight.
“Dance Fest for West” aims to help the citizens of West, Texas “get back on their feet” and all event proceeds will be donated to the City of West, Texas. FEMA will not fund recovery of West, Texas. According to the City of West Mayor, Tommy Muska, home demolition fees are estimated to cost approximately $10,000 per home, a fee which will not be covered by home insurance.
“Dance Fest for West” festivities will kick off with music from the Czechaholics from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m., Saturday August 10, in Pat’s Hall’s air-conditioned dance hall. The Seven Dutchmen will continue the day of music with another live performance from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the dance hall at Pat’s Hall.
From 8:30 p.m. until midnight “Dance Fest for West” event-goers can enjoy music by the Bill Smallwood Band in the dance hall – or opt for live music under the old oak tree as a special guest plays in the outdoor pavilion.
In addition to beer, wine and beverages available in the dance hall, a number of Hill Country food vendors will be on hand serving up Hill Country fare throughout the day.
A “Dance Fest for West” raffle, including a stay at one of Fredericksburg’s bed and breakfasts, will be held during the event.
To learn more about “Dance Fest for West”, or purchase tickets, visit www.patshall.com, or call 830.997.7574. For additional information about the “Dance Fest for West” raffle, or to donate raffle items, please contact Ginger Schulz at Pat’s Hall at email@example.com.