Rockbox Celebrity Series: The Association – March 13-14

the_associationWith over 80 million albums sold, The Association has been acclaimed for their song “Never My Love” which is the second most played song of all time.  With original member Jim Yester, this popular 60’s group is as authentic as they come.  Two nights only at Rockbox Theater, 109 North Llano.  Call 830-997-7625 early to get the best seats!

Marty White and Blue Clear Sky with Johnny Rodriguez at Pat’s Hall – December 15

Well, Pat’s Hall hasn’t been able to get George Strait to return yet, so They’re doing the next best thing — getting Marty White & Blue Clear Sky to do George Strait covers along with other good dancing music. Johnny Rodriguez will join the band on some sets and sing his hit songs.  So come on out with your friends! Tickets are $10 per person. Children 12 and under are free, and always welcomed at Pat’s Hall. The dance begins at 8 p.m., and the doors open at 7 p.m. For additional information, please call 830.997.7574 or go to PatsHall.com. Have a group of 8 or more coming? — Call them and they’ll reserve you a table with ticket purchase.

Roots Music Concert Series: “Bourbon Street” – August 17

977318_586196408091736_1056243595_o (1)Pioneer Museum‘s Roots Music Series continues this week with “Bourbon Street Night” featuring Zydeco Blanco, Charles Thibodeaux and the Austin Cajun Aces and Hamilton Loomis.

Gates open at 5 PM. Concert 6:30 to 10:30 PM.

$12 per person. Kids under 18 are free.

Optional themed meal/drinks available. Bring your chairs!

Tickets on Sale for Indoor Gospel Roots concert

Austin-based Leigh has been hailed as a dazzling young artist with an authentic voice for bluegrass, country, Texas swing, and Irish folk. Leigh will be doing a Gospel set she performs at Threadgill’s in Austin.Limited tickets are now on sale for a night of gospel, soul, and spirit dancing at the Indoor Encore Gospel Night at the Pioneer Museum in Fredericksburg on Saturday, Oct 22.

This special Roots Music concert will be held indoors at the Historic Sanctuary of the Pioneer Museum and features three musical acts:

7:00-7:15pm    Jessica Hyde
A new singer from Austin making her Fredericksburg debut.

7:20-8:10pm    Brennen Leigh Trio
Austin-based Leigh has been hailed as a dazzling young artist with an authentic voice for bluegrass, country,Texas swing, and Irish folk. Leigh will be doing a Gospel set she performs at Threadgill’s in Austin.

8:30-9:20pm    Barnett Chapel United Methodist Church Choir & Spirit Dancers, Kerrville
Singers from the oldest African-American churches in the area will present a concert of gospel and spirituals, featuring accompanied and a cappella choir, solos, and a special praise dance choreographed for this concert by Lorraine LeMon.

Doors open at6 p.m. Beer, wine, water, and sodas will be for sale. The former Sanctuary is located at 312 W. San Antonio Street in Fredericksburg.

Seating is limited for this indoor concert. Tickets are $15 per person and available online at www.pioneermuseum.net. Children under 17 admitted free.

Roots Music is a series of live, open-air eclectic Roots music concerts on the grounds of the Pioneer Museum on Main Street in Fredericksburg, Texas. Concerts feature both emerging and established artists in an informal, family setting. Net proceeds support the mission of the Gillespie County Historical Society.

Information at 830-997-2835, www.pioneermuseum.net, info@pioneermuseum.net.

Texas Lutheran University Choir Tour – March 23

Join the Texas Lutheran University Choirs for an unforgettable performance of new works and moving vocals. Performing at the Sheep Barn at Mansefeldt Ranch, Highway 87 North to Cherry Spring Road, at 7:30 PM.  Limited priority seating available.  Free.  Reserve seats online or by calling (830) 997-2069 or (830) 997-2195.

Opera and Dinner at August E’s – September 7

The San Antonio Opera and The Hill Country Opera League present Janara Kellerman performing Opera Soprano from “The New York City Opera” at August E’s, 203 East San Antonio Street at 7 pm Septembet 7.

Opera performance and four course meal with wine for $65.00 per person, plus tax & tip.

Appetizer: Oyster Rockefeller

Salad Course: Spring Mix, Spinach and Mandarin Orange Salad with Slivered Almonds, and White Balsamic Emulsion

Entrée: Beef Wellington, Potatoes Anna, Sautéed Mushrooms, Grilled Tomato Au Gratin with Bacon Bordelaise Sauce

Dessert: Chocolate Mousse with Berry Coulis and Chantilly Cream

Reservations Required – 830-997-1535

Harvest Fest – November 7

Enjoy Harvest Fest, A German Chorale Concert by the Fredericksburg Chorale at St. Joseph Halle, 212 W. San Antonio Street, Sunday November 7. Admission is by donation. Call (830) 997-3936 for more information.

Thanksgiving Dance at Pat’s Hall – November 29

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.

Canto Chamber Choir Christmas Concert – December 9

Tickets are now on sale for the Fredericksburg’s Canto Chamber Choir’s 10th annual Christmas Concert to benefit The Good Samaritan Center on Monday, Dec. 9. The concert will be held at Hill Country Evangelical Free Church beginning at 7:30 p.m. General admission tickets are $25 and available at four locations around Fredericksburg, including The Good Samaritan Center, Grasshopper and Wild Honey, Memorial Presbyterian Church and Hill Country Evangelical Free Church. For tickets by phone, persons can call The Good Samaritan Center at 830-990-8651.

4th Annual Thomas Micheal Riley Music Festival – July 15-16

Thomas Micheal Riley's 4th annual music festival at Luckenbach, TexasTexas Music’s 2010 & 2011 “Entertainer of the Year “ nominee Thomas Michael Riley returns to Luckenbach, Texas for his 4th annual Music Festival.

The fun begins on Firday with Cow Pasture Pool Celebrity Golf Tournament has a 9 am shot-gun start at Lady Bird Municipal Golf Course. Fest fun starts at 7pm with Jake Martin, Thomas Michael Riley, and Randy Brown. Friday night Music is FREE with a suggested donation to benefit our Wounded Warriors.

Saturdays bands include Gary P. Nunn, Max Stalling, Tejas Brothers, Blacktop Gypsy, Chris Wall, and The Wolf Sisters as they take stage with Thomas Michael Riley.

Call (888) 311-8990 for more information.