Wild West Fest is bringing you the PARTY in three stages...a Kick-Off Party, the Wild West Fest Concert, and an After-Party!

The Pre-Party will be Thurs, July 29th, the day before the Wild West Fest Concert and will be held at Sports Next Level with plenty of fun, drink specials, tournaments, live music and NO COVER CHARGE!!

Enjoy Drink Specials including $2 drafts all day along with other drink specials!

Enter the Cornhole and Washer Pitching Tournaments to win cash prizes & Texas Ranger Tickets to be given away starting at 2 pm. Below are the links to enter both Tournaments:

Cornhole......https://app.scoreholio.com/link/Aynm

Washers......https://app.scoreholio.com/link/jNt2

There is plenty of live music starting at 7 pm with Abbey Duncan, followed by James Manders at 8:15, and Braxton Keith takes the stage at 9:30.

Sports Next Level is located at 2838 College Hills Blvd. Get more information at sportsnextlevel.com or call 277-0928.

The Wild West Fest Concert is Fri, July 30th featuring Kat Hasty, Shane Smith And The Saints, and headliner Parker McCollum.

Gates open at 6 pm and the live music starts at 7. Tickets are available at Stubwire.com and at Blair's Western Wear. Be listening and sign up on our app and Facebook to win FREE tickets and Parker McCollum meet and greet passes.

Don't miss the After-Party at the Concho Pearl Icehouse following the concert and featuring live music with William Beckman on stage starting just after midnight. Admission is FREE with your Wild West Fest wristband. Must be 18 years of age or older. The Concho Pearl Icehouse is located at 1605 S Chadbourne Street. For more information, click on theconchopearl.com or call  617-7909.

Get your Wild West Fest Tickets and plan on keeping the party going with all three events!!

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