Sat
Aug
13
Felix Truvee
Saturday, August 13, 2022
Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM
Gravity Check Saloon
3979 Bandera Hwy
Kerrville, Texas 78028
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Felix Truvee at Gravity Check Saloon in Kerrville, TX

August 13th - Doors at 7:00


General Admission

  • GA (Standing) $10 ($15 day of show)
  • GA (Seated, no table) $15 ($20 day of show) 


All patio seating - no table service offered.
  • Patio Hightop for 2 - $50 ($60 day of show)
  • Patio Hightop for 4 - $100 ($120 day of show)
  • Patio Picnic Table for 4 - $100 ($120 day of show)
  • Patio Picnic Table for 8 - $200 ($240 day of show)

VIP Hightops come with table food & beverage service.
  • VIP Table Hightops (seating for 4) $100 ($120 day of show)

All VIP Stage Tables come with table food & beverage service.
  • VIP Seating for 4 $100 ($120 day of show) 
  • VIP Seating for 6 $150 ($180 day of show)
  • VIP Table for 8 $200 ($240 day of show)
  • VIP Table for 10 $250 ($300 day of show) 

Kids under 12 are free and anyone under 18 must have a parent in order to attend.


All events are presumed to be Rain or Shine. With the exception of complete event cancellation, no refunds will be issued unless Refund Protection was purchased at checkout. Please see our Refund Policy for more details.


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TICKET TYPE
PRICE
QUANTITY
GA Standing
$10.00
GA Seating
$15.00
Patio High Top for 2
$50.00
Patio High Top for 4
$80.00
Patio Picnic Table for 4
$80.00
Patio Picnic Table for 8
$160.00
VIP High Top for 4
$100.00
VIP Stage Table for 4
$100.00
VIP Stage Table for 8
$200.00
VIP Stage Table for 6
$150.00
VIP Stage Table for 10
$250.00
FELIX TRUVERE
I was born and raised in San Antonio, TX, graduated from John Marshall High School and received my Bachelors Degree in Instrumental Music Education from the University of Texas, San Antonio. I was a French Horn player and the Drum Major of my High School Band. I furthered my fun in "marching" music and fine-tuned my instrumental brass-playing through "Drum Corps International" the (DCI) World Champion “Cadets of Bergen County” in Bergenfield, NJ as a mellophone player. I became a high school band director for San Antonio schools in the 90s, then switched to teaching adults as a “bank trainer” for mortgage & loan underwriters at USAA Federal Savings Bank from 2001-2008. Life was proving to show so many different flavors in choices for opportunity. I decided to try a bit of this and that.

Today... “The Open Road” represents a "journey" we all share. We all learn to stand, fall, and get back up again. We all live a journey towards enlightenment. We walk a life-road of choices and "create" our world through our decisions as we manifest our story to reality. My enlightenments truly found me as I "quit" society's game-plan of choices "made" for me, and I began making my own choices. I started performing on stages as a country band in surrounding San Antonio saloons and clubs.