Sat
Nov
27
Texas 90's Fest
Saturday, November 27, 2021
Doors: 11:00 AM Show: 12:00 PM
Waller County Fairgrounds
22000 Fairground Rd
Hempstead, Texas 77445
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Texas 90s Fest

November 27th

Line-Up:


Ticket Options:

  • $39 - Advance GA ($49 at the Gate)
  • $10 - Kids ages 12 and Under
  • $200 - VIP (Includes access to the VIP Sections, VIP Bar, Front of Stage Access, Table Seating and Snack Bar)
  • $400 - Platinum VIP (Includes access to Platinum VIP Lounge, Front of Stage Access, Free Dinner, Snack Bar, Personal Bartender, Meet and Greets with all bands doing meet and greets)
  • SOLD OUT - $100 - 30 Amp RV Space
  • SOLD OUT - $125 - 50 Amp RV Space
  • RV sites notes, check in Friday 5pm to 10pm , Saturday 8am to 10am . Check out by 1pm Sunday morning

 

The will be a kids zone , vendors , food trucks and guitar auction to benefit local charities

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Sammy Kershaw
Since his debut on the music scene in the early 90s, Kershaw has remained one of the most consistent power hitters in country music both with a chain of major hit records and sell-out touring schedules. Sammy Kershaw’s plan for country music is re-claiming its roots and recapturing the spirit that made it great: The recording studio. “Man, for someone like me who had George Jones music imprinted in my DNA before birth, the last few years have been rough as a fan of country music.” noted Kershaw candidly in a recent national interview. “Country music is not a formula it’s a music with its own soul and I’m all about saving that soul!” Kershaw’s current album "Honky Tonk Boots" promises to be a much-anticipated first step in that plan of salvation. For the newest Kershaw project, the singers soulful sound and Cajun vocal kick is teamed back-up with the genius of producer Buddy Cannon, whose efforts, like Sammy’s, have lined his walls with platinum. Sammy’s vibe about his latest studio venture has all the earmarks of a proud father talking about his new arrival “In music, everything is timing. I knew when we were in the studio working on the new album that we had something radio and fans are ready for. The feel of the album is a return to the kind of country music I, and a lot of other people, have missed.” Powerful words from a man who has picked, written, and sung a lot of hits.