It's almost time for the 2022 West Texas Boys Ranch Ball coming up on Sat, Jan 22nd and includes two great and well known bands along with dinner, auctions and more!

Get ready to have a great evening of entertainment  as the West Texas Boys Ranch Ball is once again loaded with plenty of fun to be enjoyed by everybody!

The 2022 Ball is being presented by Harrison Roofing on Sat, Jan 22nd from 6:30 - 11:30 pm in the First Financial Pavilion ((formerly the Wells Fargo Pavilion) on the San Angelo Fairgrounds.

The doors open at 6:30 pm and a Cash Bar will be available as you check out the Silent Auction items. Then, get ready for a wonderful Dinner which will be served at 7:30 pm. Be sure to wear your dancin' boots for plenty of wonderful dance music throughout the evening starting with special guest Weldon Henson at 8:15. Henson offers you a great combination of his rock ‘n roll attitude and modern Texas country all wrapped up with a bit of vintage honky-tonk!

At 9:30 Headliner and Texas Legend Bobby Flores and the Yellow Rose Band will take the stage with a great mix of songs for you to dance the night away!! These guys are a premier classic country and western swing band with fiddles, steel guitar, and Grammy award winning Bobby Flores' smooth country vocals. They play it all from Bob Wills to Ray Price, Merle Haggard and many more.

While you're having all of this fun, know that you are helping to raise funds for a wonderful organization, the West Texas Boys Ranch..."Raising Boys and Building Men" for over 70 years now!

For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit wtbr.org.

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