Terlingua Music Festival Alert- Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 3 & 4, 2016.
George Goss and Friends, The Purple Bee Crew, and a bunch of local musicians are putting on a music festival Labor Day Weekend. You should attend.
It’s going to be two days of fun, music, and festivities- and a great opportunity to support a new music venue here in the Big Bend.
Originally, the South County Music Corral was Suzee’s Snack Shack. It’s located a short distance down the main Ranch Road at Terlingua Ranch.
Now, it’s a funky, rustic concert venue. George Goss and his ragged band of volunteers have built a stage, installed a bar, and decorated the Music Corral. Inside, it looks like a scene from Deadwood.
It’s been the set for a music video and a few local parties. Now, it’s headed for the big time.
The Purple Bee Crew is a loose collective of musicians, engineers, artists, and one-of-a-kind personalities – all combining talents to make something real – something bigger than the sum of its parts, and they’re the muscle behind organizing this festival. They run a facility in Lockhart Texas- hit the link to go to their website. Interesting stuff.
Some of the members of the Purple Bee Crew will be performing.
Graveltooth, a band from Austin, will be featured. Click the link to hear some of their music.
Also performing: Chris Baker, David Shane Duke, George Goss, Moses Martinez, Jeff Haislip, and Alton and Sue Watson.
I’ll see you there!
To get to the South County Music Corral-
From Terlingua, head North on 118. Turn right at the Terlingua Ranch main road (about 20 miles). Drive a mile or so- you’ll see the Corral and the cars on your right.
From Alpine- Take 118 South about 55 miles. Turn left at the Terlingua Ranch main road. Drive a mile or so- you’ll see the Corral and the cars on your right.