Rick Springfield, Wade Bowen Headlining Brownwood Reunion Celebration September 14-16 [VIDEO]
Tickets are now on sale for the annual Brownwood Reunion Celebration, coming September 14, 15 and 16 in Brownwood, Texas. The festival always features fun for the whole family, including the parade, BBQ cookoff, midway rides and games for the kids. But the Brownwood Reunion earned its reputation as a great festival is the live music.
This year, the Brownwood Reunion Celebration ‘Celebration Stage’ will feature pop music legend Rick Springfield on Friday the 14th, and Texas country star Wade Bowen on Saturday the 15th. Other performers include Mark Powell and Lariat, Brenda Kay, Three Shades Blue and Blackbird. Continuous entertainment will be presented throughout the weekend on three other stages.
Cost: $15 for a weekend pass to all concerts
On Sale: Now
Purchase Online: CelebrateBrownwood.com
Purchase by Phone: (325) 217-2210
Date and Time
Friday-Sunday, September 14-16
Celebration Stage Entertainment Schedule
Friday, September 14
Saturday, September 15
Phone: (325) 217-2210
Rick Springfield, one of the hottest pop stars of the 1980’s, is still going strong. The former soap actor turned rock star continues to please fans, playing well over 100 shows a year worldwide. In his illustrious career, Springield has recorded more than 2 dozen albums that produced several hits, including “Don’t Talk To Strangers”, “I’ve Done Everything For You”, and “Jesse’s Girl”.
Wade Bowen is a veteran to the Texas Music Scene, but the Waco native and Texas Tech graduate is having a breakout year. Following up his hugely popular “Live At Billy Bob’s Texas” CD, Bowen’s latest release, “The Given” has seen his popularity rise from the regional level to national in just a matter of months. Be sure to catch Wade now, because his services are going to be more and more in demand outside Texas for years to come.
The Brownwood Reunion Celebration music is the main highlight, but there’s a lot more going on. The $15 weekend pass is a great deal, another reason the Reunion expects to draw over 25,000 to Brownwood for the weekend. If you’ve never been to the Celebration, you should definitely add it to your “to-do” list.