The headliner for the first weekend is Whiskey Myers who will light up the RiverStage on Saturday night. Next Friday, August 5, the RiverStage concert featuring the Turnpike Troubadours will wrap up the music festival.
To help you appreciate just how much music will be playing in San Angelo over the next two weekends, here’s the complete guide to the first weekend.
Tickets for the RiverStage shows are available on Stubwire and range from $50 to $140 if you buy the tickets today (Friday, July 29). Other shows at smaller venues have prices ranging from free to a nominal $10 cover charge. You can buy tickets for RiverStage shows on Stubwire.
Here’s what you can watch this weekend:
Friday, July 29, 2022
LaCoste hunter at 7 p.m. at Sports Next Level, 2838 College Hills Blvd. This new country artist released his first single, Bourbon High in May. It attracted nearly 190,000 Spotify plays. Watch the video on YouTube.
Cameron Sacky Band at 8:15 p.m. at Sports Next Level, 2838 College Hills Blvd. They have been rocking since 2019. Their top Spotify song is Bittersweet Babe with 1.7 million spins. Listen to Bittersweet Babe on YouTube.
The cursed quail at 9:30 p.m. at Sports Next Level, 2838 College Hills Blvd. The popular band, which broke up in 2016, announced last month that they were back with the release of a new record, Clouding Up Your City. The Quails leader describes his music as more rock than country. He told Saving Country Music last month that “we might be the least country band to ever break out in Texas.” He noted that The Damned Quails is “more of a rock project, but with a heavy emphasis on songwriting, and some country influences sometimes mixed in”. The top Quails song on Spotify is Fool’s Gold with over 12 million spins. The irony is that it sounds like a country song. Watch it on YouTube.
Saturday July 30, 2022
Kayla Ray from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and 11:45 p.m. to 2 a.m. at The House of Fifi DuBois, 123 S. Chadbourne St. She was Jason Eady’s tour manager and has a repertoire of songs whose titles will make you laugh. For example, his latest is “Songs of Extreme Isolation, Economic Crisis, & Other Funny Things”. Eady produced his first two records. Other song titles include “White Claw Wasted” and “Quarantine Can Bong”. His style is traditional country. His best song on Spotify is “The Jameson Waltz”. Listen to it on Spotify and watch it on YouTube.
Kevin Brown, saxophonist from San Angelo, at Miss Hatties, 26 E. Concho Ave, at 5 p.m. Kevin Brown is welcome wherever he performs, especially in San Angelo. The blind saxophonist is a local favorite. Watch him with the Tone Pirates perform “Turn The Page” about 10 years ago.
Cooper Mohrman & Cie – 5 p.m. at The Martial Pint, 19 E. Concho Ave. Mohrman went to Baylor and began his musical journey at age 18. He recorded his first album at Melody Mountain Studios in Stephenville. Cooper’s top song on Spotify is “Whiskey When I’m Gone” with 160,000 spins. Watch it on YouTube.
Dedra Knox5 p.m. at The Twisted Root, 123 S. Chadbourne St. Dedra Knox is a popular singer and songwriter from San Angelo.
Saturday July 30, 2022
RiverStage concert titled by Whiskey Myers. The RiverStage is at 16 E. Avenue A. Tickets for the show are $50 until midnight, $60 on Saturdays; VIP tickets $160 through midnight Friday; Show day $170. Get tickets here.
austin meade – 7pm His latest single is “Red Roof Estates” but most will know Austin Meade’s music from his top hit on Spotify with over 16 million spins, a duet with Koe Wetzel, “Happier Alone”. Watch it on YouTube.