Real Outlaw Country can be heard this July 11 starting at 6pm. Three bands will be headlining including Bryon Garrison and the RainMakers, The Doodlin’ Hogwallops, and Rick Ruiz.
The bands will be defying expectations by kicking off the first festival since the start of COVID 19. “We’re holding it rain or shine,” said Garrison. The event will be held at 1187 Greasewood Rd. outside of Fort Stockton in Pecos County. “If you are tired of being stuck inside, this is a chance to hear some good country music from West Texas artists.”
Garrison, who was born in Austin, started the RainMakers in Alpine in 2013. His group has played all over West Texas including the San Antonio Rodeo. He is hosting the festival at his hideout in Pecos County.
The one day festival will have three bands, food and special guest stars Anthony Ray Wright and Destiny Cross.
Hear Garrison’s Meet Me in Presidio and Trammel’s Sonora to San Angelo. Ruiz opens the show with his soaring vocals and the Santana like sound of Tony Lujan. Anthony Ray Wright will be making a special appearance on drums with Ruiz and Steel guitar with the RainMakers. Destiny Cross will be appearing with the RainMakers and the Hogwallops will close out the night.
The show will be performed on an outdoor stage under the Chuck Wagon Pavilion Tickets are $50, food included. Coolers and lawn chairs welcome. Limited capacity. Bandanas encouraged. Gates open at 6 pm. Come outlaw with us. To reserve tickets call 217-820-4856. www.BandanaFest.com