Downtown Bryan Celebrates Fest for WestFeatured Stories, News Friday, May 3rd, 2013
This Sunday, you can celebrate your Cinco de Mayo for a good cause at the Fest for West in downtown Bryan.
Kristy Petty with the Downtown Bryan Association says the fun will be located at the Palace and Grand Stafford theaters, and all proceeds from the tickets, food and alcohol will benefit the town of West.
Petty says there’ll be lots of variety with something for everybody, and from noon until night, the street in front of the Palace Theatre will be blocked off for fest-goers.
She says more than a dozen bands will play, including headliner Brandon Rhyder, Chris King and the Liberators, Blue Bear, and Tubie and the Touchstones, and performances will alternate between the stages so you don’t have to miss any of the music.
Food includes Slovacek sausage wraps and C & J Barbecue beef brisket and pork sandwiches.
Petty encourages guests to bring their own chairs.
Additional information courtesy of Downtown Bryan Association:
Fest for West
Sunday, May 5th, 2013 from noon – 8:00 PM
Downtown Bryan Association & Big Red Drum Entertainment in partnership with the City of Bryan, the Bryan Fire Department and the Bryan Police Department invites everyone to join us for a benefit concert for the town of West, Texas.
The event will take place on Sunday, May 5th, from noon-8pm in the Palace Theater in Downtown Bryan.
The hearts of our community are with the citizens, families, and victims of West.
In light of the tragedy that they have suffered, we are compelled to come together and raise funds to assist them in rebuilding & restoring West to the town we all know and love.
“Fest for West” will be an all day music festival located in Downtown at the Palace Theater on Cinco De Mayo, 2013.
All proceeds of tickets, food & alcohol sales will go to benefit the people of West, Texas.
|The Palace Theater Stage|
|Shannon Lee Nelson|
|Tubie and the Touchtones|
|Ben Morris and the Great American Boxcar Chorus|
|Grand Stafford Theater Stage|
|Doug Moreland and the Flyin’ Armadillos|
|Chris King and the Liberators|
Headlining Fest for West will be national-touring Texas artist Brandon Rhyder. Brandon was happy to jump on-board and Fest for West could not be more pleased to have him join us downtown.
Fans of Americana and folk music will be happy to learn that names like Adam Carroll and Mark Jungers have agreed to join us for Fest for West.
Shannon Lee Nelson, Bo Brumble, and Jason Marbach will also be entertaining the crowds as well.
Fresh off their CD-release this week, College Station’s own The Docs will be providing some rock for Fest for West.
If you like the sounds of Classic Country and Western Swing, then you are going to love the sounds of both Doug Moreland and the Flyin’ Armadillos and Chris King and the Liberators.
Indie Folk and Rock enthusiasts will love Blue Bear from Austin and Bryan’s own Walking Bear.
Local favorites Tubie and the Touchtones will be playing all your favorite Blues and classic hits.
Ben Morris and the Great American Boxcar Chorus lead a star-studded cast of local talent featuring Claire Domingue, Britt Lloyd, Geoff Spahr, and the aforementioned Walking Bear, as well as, the Docs.
Fans of all genres will be able to find something to get them moving around.
This is going to be an amazing event behind a great cause.
We hope to see everyone in downtown Bryan, TX on May 5.
As with all benefit shows, please be on the lookout for any special surprise guests or last-minute additions.
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