A TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION










JOSH ABBOTT BAND










PARKER McCOLLUM










WADE BOWEN

INFO

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PERFORMING ARTISTS

GRANT GILBERT

KAITLIN BUTTS

JOHN BAUMANN

WADE BOWEN

PARKER McCOLLUM

JOSH ABBOTT BAND

EVENT

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS FEST 2019 www.republicoftexasfest.com

A Texas Independence Day Celebration happening on Saturday, March 2nd 2019 with some of the best Texas Music Artists around.  A portion of the proceeds will benefit www.JABcares.org

VENUE

Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater 

1015 Colgate Dr.

College Station, TX 77840


DAY OF EVENT

Box Office opens at 3pm 

Gates Open at 4pm

TICKETS AVAILABLE

Early Bird ON SALE January 7th 10am 

General Admission $20.00

*VIP $200.00 (LIMITED QUANTITY OF VIP AVAILABLE)


January 14th 10am till March 2nd 10am

General Admission $27.50

*VIP $250.00 (subject to availability)


March 2nd 10am

General Admission $32.50

*VIP $250 (subject to availability) 


*VIP will include a seat at a table, liquor/beer/wine/non-alcoholic, food, and exclusive viewing area of the stage with private bar.  One drink per person per order….no shots.  No in and out of VIP area with drinks or food allowed.  21+ to purchase VIP Tickets.  No refunds will be given if purchased under 21 years of age.


Box Office will be open on site at 3pm for will call pick up or ticket purchase or purchase online at www.republicoftexasfest.com

Kids under 12 allowed with parent

ITEMS ALLOWED and PROHIBITED

ALLOWED

-Binoculars

-Blankets, Sheets, Towels

-Strollers

-Cameras (basic point and shoot consumer-grade cameras) without detachable lenses and other accessories (monopods, selfie sticks, tripods, GoPro mounts, and other attachments are not allowed)

-GoPro cameras without accessories

-Sunscreen lotion (no aerosol containers)

-Bug Repellant (no aerosol containers)

-External Battery Chargers


PROHIBITED

-Umbrellas

-Glass containers of any kind

-Firearms, explosives, and weapons of any kind (including pocket knives, pepper spray, fireworks, etc)

-Illegal and Illicit substances of any kind

-Drugs or drug paraphernalia

-Outside food or beverage (including alcohol)

-Pets (except service animals)

-Skateboards, scooters, bicycles, wagons (including red wagons), carts  or any personal motorized vehicles

-Tents, canopies, or shade structures of any kind

-Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors are not allowed. No unauthorized solicitation and materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, give-aways, samples, etc.

-Large chains or spiked jewelry

-No Inflatable furniture (rafts, chairs, etc.)

QUESTIONS / SPONSORS

Please contact Brandi at republicoftexasfest@gmail.com for more information about the event.  


If you have a business and you are TEXAS enough to be a sponsor please email us.  We are looking to make this a great Texas Experience for all. 

WHAT IS INDEPENDENCE DAY?

TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY

Texas Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2, 1836. This event marked Texas’ independence from Mexico. Sixty delegates from all over Texas signed the declaration. Its language in many ways parallels the 1776 Declaration of Independence of the United States, which is observed on Independence Day, also known as “the fourth of July”.

The Republic of Texas was annexed to the US by joint resolution of the US Congress nine years after the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed. The US Congress then admitted Texas as a constituent state of the Union on December 29, 1845. Texas Independence Day is an official holiday in Texas.

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