Sat
Mar
21
Max Stalling w/Cole Allen
Saturday, March 21, 2020
Show: 8:00 PM
Texas Music City Grill and Smokehouse - Lindale
114 E North Street
Lindale, Texas 75771
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Max Stalling with Cole Allen at Texas Music City - in Lindale

$12 - Advance GA

Please note that GA tickets do not guarantee a seat

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TICKET TYPE
PRICE
QUANTITY
Advance GA
$12.00
Max Stalling
Max Stalling is proud to present his 17th Annual Valentine’s Dance & Show, sponsored by Shiner Beer, at the world-famous Sons of Hermann Hall in Dallas, Texas. For the first time ever, the event is expanding to two nights in a row; Friday February 14th and Saturday the 15th, 2020. This year fans can add a VIP Meet & Greet to the evening and mingle with Max.  Hotel accommodations at the historic Belmont Hotel will also be available to complete the Valentine’s Day package. Follow Max on Facebook and Instagram for more information on the hotel packages.

Max, who lives in Dallas, has held his Valentine’s show at the Sons of Hermann Hall since 2003. Max looks forward to the show each year and explains, “The Valentines show has become one of my favorite events that we put on every year. And that has a lot to do with the venue. I love the vibe and feel of Sons of Hermann Hall. And I really love seeing people’s reaction when they experience it for the first time.”  Sons of Hermann Hall is a Texas Historic Landmark, built in 1911. It’s the oldest dancehall and operating bar in Dallas. 

Each evening will feature a different special musical guest. Friday kicks off with The Broken Spokes, a traditional, two-stepping, honky-tonk band from Houston.  On Saturday, Walt Wilkins and his wife Tina, a powerhouse songwriting duo act from Austin, will start the evening.  

Stalling, a native Texan singer-songwriter, whose 20-plus year career has made him a staple in the Texas/Red Dirt/Americana music scenes. He has 9 albums to his credit with chart topping songs in the Texas and Americana format. He has a star on the South Texas Music Walk of Fame and plays 125+ shows a year across the US and abroad.