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There are lots of exciting events happening in historic downtown San Angelo all throughout the week. Be sure to check back weekly and around the holidays for event updates.

Brews, Ewes, & BBQ

March 4, 2023

11:00 AM

Come join us on Saturday, March 4, 2023 starting at 11:00am for the Downtown San Angelo Brews, Ewes, & BBQ festival. The festival will consist of a BBQ cookoff featuring brisket, pork ribs, chicken, and the World Championship Lamb Cook-off. We will also be featuring a Kids-Que cooking competition for children age 6-18. All ages are welcome at the event so bring the whole family! The location for this year’s event is 325 S Oakes St. along the Concho river. All proceeds go to the revitalization of Downtown.

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Brews, Ewes, & BBQ

Downtown Strong

Next Downtown Strong Event: February 16, 2023

Come join us on select dates for the DSA & Cultural Arts District Downtown Strong events. The Downtown Strong events showcase some of the best art, food, and fun that Downtown San Angelo has to offer. Stroll guests receive a free ride on the Concho Valley Transit District trolley! Route begins at 5:30 pm at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street.

2023 DOWNTOWN STRONG STROLL DATES-Check back for details
FEBRUARY 16
Mardi Gras Masquerade

March 17
Shamrock & Roll

APRIL 28
Joy of Music

JUNE 29
American Celebration

OCTOBER 26
Spooktacular Halloween

DECEMBER 21
Sheep on the Shelf

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Downtown Strong

Downtown Events Calendar

January 27, 2023
27

LIVE! Dallas Caraway! FREE

The Martial Pint: 19 E Concho Ave

8:00 PM

Martial Pint favorite Dallas Caraway showcases his talent once again, bringing us his Texas Country style this Friday!

Event Hours: 8:00pm-11:00pm

January 27, 2023
27

SABA presents Steel Magnolias

Brooks & Bates Theatre: 82 Gillis St

8:30 PM

San Angelo Broadway Academy presents Steel Magnolias in the Brooks & Bates Theatre located inside the Stephens Performing Arts Center on 82 Gillis Street.

$15 adults, $12 students under 12 Friday 7:30 p Saturday 7:30 p Sunday 2 p “Get your tickets here..”.”:http://www.sabroadwayacademy.org/about.html":www.sanangelopac.org/events/view/63b8c50b-6aec-4aba-8c46-73760a1ed412

January 28, 2023
28

BBQ & Blues Saturday

The Hampton's Kitchen & Catering: 401 Rio Concho Dr.

11:00 AM

We are going back to our roots, what got us started in San Angelo and bringing back good ol’bbq and live music. If you were a fan of the Smoked Brisket, Big Mouth Sandwich and Bacon Mac-n-Cheese, then you’ll want to join us, Saturday, January 28th for lunch! We will also have live music from Nathan Vinson from 12p-1:30p. This will be a fast casual experience and prices will vary. Can’t wait to see you!

Event Hours: 11:00am-2:00pm

January 28, 2023
28

Western Dance: Dancing in the Desert

The Stables at Fort Concho: 210 Henry O. Flipper St.

6:00 PM

Join us for our Annual Western Dance! Presented by Thieman Investments, Western Dance: Dancing in the Desert will feature live entertainment by Graycie York, dinner by Mesquite Bean Cafe, casino games, a silent auction, and an exciting live auction. Tickets are available for $75 per ticket and can be purchased at sajuniorleague.com.

We want to thank our additional sponsors, Ric Henry’s Auto Service, Sunset Storage, and Tuck and Co. Design.

January 28, 2023
28

SABA presents Steel Magnolias

Brooks & Bates Theatre: 82 Gillis St

7:30 PM

San Angelo Broadway Academy presents Steel Magnolias in the Brooks & Bates Theatre located inside the Stephens Performing Arts Center on 82 Gillis Street.

$15 adults, $12 students under 12 Friday 7:30 p Saturday 7:30 p Sunday 2 p “Get your tickets here..”.”:http://www.sabroadwayacademy.org/about.html":www.sanangelopac.org/events/view/63b8c50b-6aec-4aba-8c46-73760a1ed412

January 28, 2023
28

NO COVER! Tequila Brothers LIVE!

The Martial Pint: 19 E Concho Ave

9:00 PM

Tequila Brothers bring their killer show to our stage this Saturday!

January 29, 2023
29

SABA presents Steel Magnolias

Brooks & Bates Theatre: 82 Gillis St

2:00 PM

San Angelo Broadway Academy presents Steel Magnolias in the Brooks & Bates Theatre located inside the Stephens Performing Arts Center on 82 Gillis Street.

$15 adults, $12 students under 12 Friday 7:30 p Saturday 7:30 p Sunday 2 p “Get your tickets here..”.”:http://www.sabroadwayacademy.org/about.html":www.sanangelopac.org/events/view/63b8c50b-6aec-4aba-8c46-73760a1ed412

February 01, 2023
01

Super Hero Day at Old Central Firehouse

Old Central Firehouse Pizzeria & Taproom: 200 S Magdalen St

6:00 PM

Calling all Super Hero’s! Join us for a fun night at Old Central Firehouse Pizzeria on Wednesday, February 1 from 6-8pm. Kids will get a superhero themed bag of goodies (with the purchase of a pizza), take pictures with Blaze our Super-Dog, and have a SUPER good time.

Event Hours: 6pm-8pm

February 02, 2023
02

Art Thursday at SAMFA

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

Art Thursday is for all ages,and happens every week from 3pm - 6pm*. Come through the Museum’s Education studio for FREE art projects for the whole family.

Honest Abe Cabin

February 02, 2023
02

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

The Opening Champagne Reception will be Thursday, February 2, 4 to 8 p.m., and the public is invited to meet the artist. There is no cost to attend.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 02, 2023
02

Team Game Night

Tom Green County Library: 33 W Beauregard Ave

5:00 PM

Ages 6-12

Event Hours: 5pm-6pm

February 03, 2023
03

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

The Opening Champagne Reception will be Thursday, February 2, 4 to 8 p.m., and the public is invited to meet the artist. There is no cost to attend.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 03, 2023
03

Cookies, Cocktails, and Confections San Angelo

The Cactus Hotel: 13 E Twohig Ave

6:30 PM

San Angelo’s top mixologists and restaurants are crafting one-of-a-kind sweet and savory signature drinks and cakes inspired by Girl Scout Cookies and all 21+ adults are invited to taste the results. Join us at Cactus Hotel to sample custom cocktails and confections created and prepared just for this event alongside each of the featured Girl Scout Cookies. Taste them all and vote for your favorite pairing! Bring your friends and support girls overcoming barriers by building their confidence, creativity, and resilience at this tasty event. VIP tickets $75 2 VIP tickets $125 General admission $50 *This event is only for adults age 21 and up.

Tickets: www.gsctx.org/sanangeloccc

Event Hours: 6:30pm-9:00pm

February 04, 2023
04

Chess on the Rails Open Tournament

Railway Museum of San Angelo: 703 S Chadbourne St

9:30 AM

Knights, pawns, kings and queens will be riding the rails in San Angelo, as the first Chess on the Rails Open Tournament comes to town Saturday, Feb. 4. The US Chess Federation-sanctioned tournament at the Railway Museum of San Angelo is organized by chess coach Chase Ross of Concho Chess Academy. Entry is not restricted but is capped at 40 players. Please register before the event. The tournament will have five rounds and the entry fee is $20 per person. Awards and trophies will be presented for first through third places following the end of the last round. Admission to watch the chess tournament is free at the Railway Museum of San Angelo at 703 S. Chadbourne; tours of the museum are $3-5. For information and registration, contact Chase Ross, Concho Chess Academy, concho.chess@gmail.com, 925-918-2275.

Event Hour: 9:30am-5:00pm

February 04, 2023
04

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

11:00 AM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 04, 2023
04

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 05, 2023
05

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

1:00 PM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 07, 2023
07

Teen Advisory Group

Tom Green County Library: 33 W Beauregard Ave

4:00 PM

This is a chance for teens to let their voices be heard and have an active role in helping us plan the programs and collections of their dreams! While we chat, we’ll have some basic volunteer tasks available, for those teens seeking volunteer hours. Although this program is set for two hours, participants don’t have to be present the whole time. Please drop by and join us as you can! This event is for Teen Republic patrons (grades 6-12), free of charge.

Event hours: 4:00pm-6:00pm

February 09, 2023
09

Art Thursday at SAMFA

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

Art Thursday is for all ages,and happens every week from 3pm - 6pm*. Come through the Museum’s Education studio for FREE art projects for the whole family.

Heart Finger Print Trees

February 09, 2023
09

San Angelo Chamber of Commerce 107th Annual Banquet

McNease Convention Center: 501 Rio Concho Dr

6:00 PM

The San Angelo Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Banquet on February 9, 2023 at the McNease Convention Center. Unique to San Angelo, the Chamber’s Annual Banquet is a time-honored tradition, and will be celebrating its 107th year in 2023. For decades, the Chamber has been bringing together the business community to honor those who are dedicated to moving forward, promoting progress, and striving for success.

Highlights of the evening will include accomplishments of the 2022 Chamber year from Board Chair Janet Karcher, a preview of 2023 goals from incoming Board Chair Randy Brooks, and recognition of outstanding citizens and volunteers. The grand finale of the evening was the ceremonial naming of the 2022 Citizens of the Year.

February 10, 2023
10

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 10, 2023
10

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

The Opening Champagne Reception will be Thursday, February 2, 4 to 8 p.m., and the public is invited to meet the artist. There is no cost to attend.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 10, 2023
10

Galentines

Urban Salt Kitchen & Bar: 23 W Beauregard Ave

6:00 PM

Ladies-this night is for you! Wear pink or red , we’ve got �themed drinks, great bites, and the best playlist! We promise it will be an instagram worthy evening! More details coming! Reservations are HIGHLY recommended

February 11, 2023
11

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

11:00 AM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 11, 2023
11

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 11, 2023
11

Meet Me on Love Street

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

6:00 PM

Dress up and bring your friends to the Museum for a fun evening of dinner, drinks, and dancing. Free with RSVP

Event Hours: 6:00 pm-10:00 pm

February 11, 2023
11

The WILDER BLUE

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St.

8:30 PM

Sharp storytelling. Gripping and gorgeous five-part harmonies. Arrangements that can swing between fun, engaging, and lively one moment and stirring, booming, and chill-inducing the next. These are the essential elements that make up the sound of The Wilder Blue, the Texas five-piece who put their own spin on rock-influenced country. Built around the keen storytelling voice of primary frontman Zane Williams, Paul Eason’s salient lead guitar, the imaginative tandem of drummer Lyndon Hughes and bassist Sean Rodriguez, and the striking, compelling mind of multi-instrumentalist Andy Rogers, The Wilder Blue are only beginning to scratch the surface of their potential.

February 12, 2023
12

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

1:00 PM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 13, 2023
13

Play It Again Featuring the West Texas Jazz Orchestra

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

PLAY IT AGAIN concerts sparkle with the big band music of the West Texas Jazz Orchestra, led by band director James Bode. The West Texas Jazz Orchestra is made up of area high school and junior high band directors, Angelo State University music professors, and other musicians.

Light refreshments will be provided. Masks and social distancing are recommended, but not required. Those attending have a chance to dance to their favorite tunes or just listen and enjoy the music.

Ticket Link: .”:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/play-it-again-featuring-the-west-texas-jazz-orchestra-tickets-520848039507?fbclid=IwAR39qS7AY-xcSoVKM_5TwEVBxaiEEBDqceqLU00H7wnIvimSkzAutd-_yH8

February 16, 2023
16

Art Thursday at SAMFA

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

Art Thursday is for all ages,and happens every week from 3pm - 6pm*. Come through the Museum’s Education studio for FREE art projects for the whole family.

Lunar New Year Activity

February 16, 2023
16

Art Thursday at SAMFA

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

Art Thursday is for all ages,and happens every week from 3pm - 6pm*. Come through the Museum’s Education studio for FREE art projects for the whole family.

Love Monsters

February 16, 2023
16

Downtown Strong Stroll Mardi Gras Masquerade

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street.

5:30 PM

Come join us for the DSA & Cultural Arts District Downtown Strong events in 2023. The Downtown Strong event showcases some of the best art, food, and fun that Downtown San Angelo has to offer. Stop by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and view their current exhibits, or visit one of the many art galleries for a sampling of West Texas art. Take a break and grab a bite to eat while you enjoy a cup of coffee, mug of beer, of a glass of wine at some of the best restaurants, bars, and coffee shops in West Texas. Top off the evening with a little shopping at Downtown’s unique boutiques.

LIKE and FOLLOW our FACEBOOK page for updates: https://www.facebook.com/sadowntownstrong or call/email 325-655-2345 / info@dtsa.org

2023 DOWNTOWN STRONG STROLL DATES-Check back for details FEBRUARY 16 Mardi Gras Masquerade

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: Quarter Master Gallery at Fort Concho- Burgess St. and E Ave.C : Exhibit Opening Reception/Party: “Take a Closer Look: Orna Feinstein and Mckay Otto” The reception has a 1980s theme. Come support your 80s look!

Conexion Special Projects or Citizen Center- Paint Brush Alley, 33 W. Twohig :Mardi Gras Theme with Kids Coloring Booth and Spin Wheel! San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts - Coop Gallery, 427 S. Oakes St. : Tierra Sagrada (Sacred Land) - Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world by Jesus Toro Martinez.

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts- Studio Rio. 423 S. Oakes St. : Lakeview & Lincoln San Angelo Schools Student Art Show

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts - Gallery Verde, 417 S. Oakes St. : Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan - Andy Villarreal’s artwork is based on personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous Cultures.

Stroll guests receive a free ride on the Concho Valley Transit District trolley! Route begins at 5:30 pm at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street.

February 17, 2023
17

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 17, 2023
17

Contemporary Works: Everybody Moves

Brooks and Bates Theater: 82 Gillis St, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Contemporary Works returns this spring, featuring upper-level BSA students in a mixed repertory performance of contemporary dance and ballet pieces. Everybody Moves is a celebration of dance that finds beauty in the many ways we MOVE! Don’t miss your chance to see new original dance works coming out of the creative laboratory that is Ballet San Angelo!

February 17-18, 2023 | 7PM

February 17, 2023
17

Contemporary Works: Everybody Moves

Brooks and Bates Theatre: 82 Gillis St

7:30 PM

Contemporary Works: Everybody Moves is a celebration of dance that finds beauty in the many different ways we MOVE! In this mixed repertory performance, audiences will enjoy styles ranging from contemporary dance to ballet, to tap! Contemporary Works features upper-level BSA students in works created by an array of professional choreographers. Don’t miss your chance to see new, original dance works coming out of the creative laboratory that is Ballet San Angelo!

Event Hours: 7:30pm-8:30pm

February 18, 2023
18

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

11:00 AM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 18, 2023
18

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 18, 2023
18

Contemporary Works: Everybody Moves

Brooks and Bates Theatre: 82 Gillis St

7:30 PM

Contemporary Works: Everybody Moves is a celebration of dance that finds beauty in the many different ways we MOVE! In this mixed repertory performance, audiences will enjoy styles ranging from contemporary dance to ballet, to tap! Contemporary Works features upper-level BSA students in works created by an array of professional choreographers. Don’t miss your chance to see new, original dance works coming out of the creative laboratory that is Ballet San Angelo!

Event Hours: 7:30pm-8:30pm

February 18, 2023
18

JESSEE LEE BAND

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St.

8:30 PM

Jessee Lee, daughter of Grammy nominated hit songwriter, David Lee, is a fourth generation musician from Nashville, Tennessee. With her father being a hit songwriter, she grew up running around publishing offices and recording studios among the best musicians and songwriters in the world. There is no doubt she absorbed all of the creativity she was brought up around and honed her craft at a young age. Jessee began playing guitar and singing by the time her hands could hold an instrument and began writing songs at the age of nine. Growing up with her father, she claims writing her own songs was a staple in her household if she was going to play music. Jessee is one of the most unique musicians you will find with a blend of old country, soul, jazz, and folk. Lyrically, she was influenced by songwriters such as her father, Tony Lane, Dolly Parton, and Guy Clark. Melodically, Jessee was influenced by “not so country” artists such as Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Adele, Ray Charles, Amy Winehouse, and Leon Redbone. Jessee mostly had a taste for classic sounding music with interesting chords and unique messages. Drawn to music and life before her era, her original songs will make you feel like you’re stepping back in time when song lyrics painted pictures and melodies moved your soul.

February 19, 2023
19

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

1:00 PM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 23, 2023
23

Art Thursday at SAMFA

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

Art Thursday is for all ages,and happens every week from 3pm - 6pm*. Come through the Museum’s Education studio for FREE art projects for the whole family.

Fruit, Foil and Fun! Design you own Cartoon Spring Wreath

February 23, 2023
23

Glenn Miller Orchestra

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

The most popular and sought-after big band in the world today for both concert and swing dance engagements. With its unique jazz sound, the Glenn Miller Orchestra is considered to be one of the greatest bands of all time. The present Glenn Miller Orchestra was formed in 1956 and has been touring worldwide ever since. https://glennmillerorchestra.com

February 24, 2023
24

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 25, 2023
25

Hands on Teapot Workshop with Mark Epstein

Concho Clay Studio: 1 Love St

9:00 AM

This hands on workshop will teach both throwing and hand building techniques for constructing various parts of teapots.

Discussions will include the use of multiple techniques to create different character and make successful teapots both functionally and conceptually.

Students of all levels are welcome. Refreshments will be provided each day of the workshop.

Workshop dates: February 25th 9am-1pm Artist Lecture - Open to the Public February 25th 1:30pm February 26th 9am-3pm Location: Concho Clay Studio, 1 Love St. Adult workshop 18 and up Cost: $150 for non-members, $135 for members

February 25, 2023
25

Tierra Sagrada & Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan Art Exhibits

Coop Gallery: 427 S Oakes St. and Gallery Verde: 417 S Oakes St

11:00 AM

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum & Cultural Center Presents “Tierra Sagrada by Jesus Toro Martinez” & “Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan” by Andy Villarreal. The exhibitions will be displayed at the Coop Gallery 427 S. Oakes St. and Gallery Verde 417 S. Oakes St. From January 6 - February 24 Saturdays, 11 am-4 pm Sundays, 1 am-4 pm; and Weekdays, by Appointment only. Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world. Jesus toro Martinez dedicates most of his time to using and collecting scraps of damaged materials used as inspiration for his work. Martinez’s artwork showcases the importance of keeping our planet green by recycling materials transformed into beautiful art. (Location: Coop Gallery)

Galactic Warriors And Gods From The Yucatan artwork’s artistic influence derives from Andy’s personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous cultures, which became his primary source of inspiration. His artworks combine history, Mayan mythology, and ancient religion. Andy’s work emphasizes the human condition, struggles, harmony, social injustice, and celebration of life. (Location: Gallery Verde)

February 25, 2023
25

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

February 26, 2023
26

Hands on Teapot Workshop with Mark Epstein

Concho Clay Studio: 1 Love St

9:00 AM

This hands on workshop will teach both throwing and hand building techniques for constructing various parts of teapots.

Discussions will include the use of multiple techniques to create different character and make successful teapots both functionally and conceptually.

Students of all levels are welcome. Refreshments will be provided each day of the workshop.

Workshop dates: February 25th 9am-1pm Artist Lecture - Open to the Public February 25th 1:30pm February 26th 9am-3pm Location: Concho Clay Studio, 1 Love St. Adult workshop 18 and up Cost: $150 for non-members, $135 for members

March 02, 2023
02

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 02, 2023
02

Art Thursday at SAMFA

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

3:00 PM

Art Thursday is for all ages,and happens every week from 3pm - 6pm*. Come through the Museum’s Education studio for FREE art projects for the whole family.

Design your own cartoon

March 02, 2023
02

The Things I Love Art Show and Sale

Raw1899: 38 N Chadbourne St

4:00 PM

Raw 1899, San Angelo, Texas’ premier art lounge, presents The Things I Love Art Show and Sale, February 2 to March 2, 2023, featuring the work of artist Frantisek (“Frank”) Dubek.

An accomplished artist, Frank began drawing with charcoal but now works in several media, including pastel and acrylic. One hallmark of his expressionistic style is the use of bold, vivid colors. He has sold more than 800 original works of art, and many are available in prints. His amazing escape from communist Czechoslovakia (now separately the Czech Republic and Slovakia) in 1984 in a quest for freedom in the United States even now informs his art and life in many ways.

Dubek and his wife, Lynda Conley, live in San Angelo, Texas and Hawaii, splitting their time between the two locations. Frank’s newest passion is to capture Hawaii’s magnificent beauty on canvas: oceans, sunsets, mountains, and hula girls.

Open 4pm-10pm Wednesday to Saturday. Phone: 325-703-6899. Website: www.raw1899.com. Follow Raw 1899 on its socials.

March 03, 2023
03

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 04, 2023
04

7th Annual Brews Ewes & BBQ Cook-off

Neff's Park, Along the Concho River: 325 S Oakes St

10:00 AM

Get ready for the 7th Annual Brews Ewes & BBQ Cook-Off hosted by Downtown San Angelo, Inc.! Enjoy a day of live music, craft vendors, food vendors, and performances along the Concho River at Bart Dewitt Park, 325 S Oakes St. on Saturday March 4, 2023.

Stay tuned for Registration & Vendor information.

Interested in being a sponsor? Contact info@dtsa.org.

March 06, 2023
06

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 06, 2023
06

Dragons & Mythical Beasts

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Calling all brave heroes! Enter into a world of magical myths and legends in this fantastical new interactive show for the whole family.

March 07, 2023
07

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 08, 2023
08

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 09, 2023
09

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 10, 2023
10

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 12, 2023
12

Menopause The Musical

Murphy Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave

4:00 PM

COME JOIN OUR SISTERHOOD! Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! See what more than 17 million women and fans worldwide have been laughing about for over twenty years! It’s the Hilarious Celebration of Women and The Change! For Mature Audiences Only No Intermission

March 13, 2023
13

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 14, 2023
14

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 15, 2023
15

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 16, 2023
16

Artists for Artists

San Angelo Performing Arts Center: 82 Gillis St

10:00 AM

Art in Uncommon Places is proud to partner with Coralina Ranch and the San Angelo Performing Arts Center to present, Artists for Artists. Artists for Artists is a month long art exhibit showcasing over 100 artists and over 160 pieces of art.

March 2 - March 16 10:00am-6:00pm

March 16, 2023
16

THUNDER STRUCK: America's AC/DC Tribute

Elta Joyce Murphy Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave

8:00 PM

Thunderstruck: America’s AC/DC gives fans so much more than the sound of AC/DC, they truly capture the high voltage energy and experience! For fans, it’s about a sense of familiarity, and it’s about a feeling that snatches up listeners and takes over. It’s about a contagious kind of power and electricity that few AC/DC tribute bands can provide. From Kyle LaPato’s strong on-stage performance replicating the Angus Young of the 70’s and 80’s, to Bobby Lee Stamper’s versatile vocals mimicking both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson ranges, to the incredible rhythm section made up of Kevin Feller on rhythm guitar, Corey Baetz on drums, and Chris Jones on bass, Thunderstruck gives a complete and consistently quality live show as true to the spirit of AC/DC that you can possibly get.

March 18, 2023
18

MICHAEL LEE BAND

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St.

8:30 PM

Michael Lee is a Fort Worth based Blues artist. Raised around blues music his entire life, Michael spent the majority of his young life in blues clubs receiving an ivy league education from watching and playing with blues legends such as Andrew “Jr Boy” Jones (Freddie King), Buddy Whittington (John Mayall), Lucky Peterson (Willie Dixon). On nights he was not in the blues clubs he was down in the stockyards soaking in the Country sounds which emanated from those honky tonks. Like Delbert McClinton and many Fort Worth musicians before him, Michael’s style of music has the perfect blend of Blues and Country. Michael Lee released his first record in 2014, released two singles in the summer of 2018 “Here I Am” and “Heart of Stone” and is releasing his sophomore record in 2019.

March 23, 2023
23

Arthur Stilwell's Dream of Steam

Railway Museum of San Angelo: 703 S Chadbourne St

6:00 PM

SAVE THE DATE! Arthur Stilwell’s Dream of Steam is coming back to the Railway Museum March 23-26! Our favorite wheeler dealer returns with true historical characters from 1910 in San Angelo. Get ready to raise a champagne toast to the opening of the railway depot over 100 years ago. Group rates available. “Go to “: http://www.sanangelorailway.org

March 23, 2023
23

World Ballet Series: Cinderella

Elta Joyce Murphy Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave

7:00 PM

Welcome to the magical world of Cinderella, coming to the San Angelo, Texas! An enchanting story for all ages with a wonderful dose of humor, the majesty of classical ballet, and the promise of “happily ever after”. A part of the World Ballet Series, Cinderella is performed live by a multinational cast of 40 professional ballet dancers gathered to bring the most celebrated fairy tale to life. https://www.facebook.com/WorldBalletSeries/photos A visually stunning production accompanied by Sergei Prokofiev’s passionate celebrated score, over 150 hand-sewn radiant costumes, richly detailed hand-crafted sets, and sparkling choreography by Marina Kessler.

https://worldballetseries.com/about/

March 25, 2023
25

Mike Super Magic

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:30 PM

MIKE HAS ASTONISHED MILLIONS WITH HIS CRAFT INCLUDING THEATER GOERS, DISNEY AUDIENCES, MILITARY FAMILIES AROUND THE WORLD, AND THE HOLLYWOOD ELITE.

Mike has amazed Howie Mandel, Kim Kardashian, Louie Anderson, Howard Stern, Jeffery Katzenberg, Ariana Grande, Tina Fey, Heidi Klum, Nick Cannon, Penn & Teller Lynyrd Skynyrd, Criss Angel, Raven-Symone, Train, Kenny Chesney and Ellen DeGeneres to name but a few!

Mike’s ever-growing popularity has garnered him many prestigious awards and honors, including being the only magician in history to win a LIVE magic competition on primetime US network television. In addition, his other accomplishments include being named Entertainer of the Year, Best Performing Artist of the Year, Best Novelty Performer of the Year AND he was voted America’s Favorite Mystifier on NBC’s hit TV Show PHENOMENON. Despite all of this, Mike humbly insists, it is the loyalty of his fan base that has been most rewarding. His legions of fans call themselves “THE SUPERFREAKS” and they number in the millions.

March 25, 2023
25

MANNY CAMPOS BAND

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St.

8:00 PM

Live & Local with FiFis Fav….Manny Campos!!

March 30, 2023
30

Carvin Jones 2023

Murphy Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave

8:00 PM

March 30, 2023 | Carvin Jones “The King of Strings” was voted one of the 50 Greatest Blues Guitarists of all time by Guitarist Magazine! “Carvin Jones is a young cat out of Phoenix who I think is the next up-and-coming blues player.”-Eric Clapton “….One of the best guitarist in the world…” -London Surrey news Carvin has received accolades from the likes of BB King and Buddy Guy. He has opened shows for Carlos Santana, Jeff Beck, Gary Moore, John Mayell, Albert Collins, Johnny Winter, Jimmy Vaughn, and many other Blues Legends throughout the world who have come to admire his immense talents! VIP experience includes Pre-show personal meet and greet with Carvin. Preferred seating. Attend the preshow sound check. You will receive a laminated VIP lanyard with an autographed photo. Take photos of you and Carvin with you wearing his hat and strapped with his guitar on stage.

April 01, 2023
01

JENNI DALE LORD

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St.

8:30 PM

Jenni Dale Lord rocked the “live music capital of the world,” Austin, Texas, for over a decade, but has since returned to her roots in Lubbock to claim her place in the West Texas music scene. After years of writing music on her own, Jenni Dale rounded up a group of amazing musicians to take her songs and set them on fire. They have exploded in the area and have taken their high energy and heart-string pulling show on the road.

She took her first piano lesson at four years old and wrote her first song at eight. At 11, Jenni Dale decided she wanted to learn the guitar, and she did so with never-ending persistence. For her entire life, music has been her love and her passion. It is the only thing in her life that she has never let go. It is this dedication and soul-binding commitment to her art that make her a success and will continue to do so in the future.

April 02, 2023
02

San Angelo Chorus | Twilight

Brooks and Bates Theater: 82 Gillis St, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Inaugural Season: Ardent Light Twilight April 2, 2023 Inspired by Gabriel Fauré and dedicated to his late father, John Rutter’s Requiem remains one of the most beloved masterworks performed today. Joined by Soprano Dr. Jessica Rosas Posada and chamber orchestra, the San Angelo Chorus present Requiem.

April 20, 2023
20

Music City Hit Makers

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Nothing represents Nashville better than a songwriter & a musical vision. Music City Hit-Makers are award-winning songwriters that offer acoustic performances of songs they penned for Nashville’s most notable stars.

https://www.musiccityhitmakers.com

April 21, 2023
21

Children's Ballet: The Little Mermaid

Brooks and Bates Theater: 82 Gillis St, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Your favorite fairytale characters come to life in this year’s Children’s Ballet. The Little Mermaid promises to whisk you away with its beauty and charm. In this timeless love story, our dancing mermaids and all their under-the-sea friends will charm audiences of all ages.

April 21-22, 2023 | 7PM & 2PM

April 29, 2023
29

Paintbrush Alley Market Days

Paintbrush Alley & Pop Art Museum: 33 W Twohig Ave (behind the Texas Theatre)

10:00 AM

Come out and shop local artists, makers and vendors at Paintbrush Alley and the Pop Art Museum. This is a pet friendly, family friendly event with food trucks, music and more!

Event Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm

May 07, 2023
07

San Angelo Chorus | City of Stars

Brooks and Bates Theater: 82 Gillis St, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Inaugural Season: Ardent Light

City of Stars: May 7, 2023

The season finale will showcase our San Angelo Chorus members as: Soloists, duos, and ensemble members performing their favorite Broadway, Disney, and popular tunes.

www.sanangelochorus.org

May 23, 2023
23

Electric Light Orchestra Experience

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

“The Electric Light Orchestra Experience” is a multi-media concert celebration of the music of ELO, featuring EVIL WOMAN who are renowned for their brilliant arrangements, the flawless musicianship of their 12 musicians and vocalists, and for their appearances at America’s leading PAC’s, Casinos and Outdoor Festivals including The Broward Center (Ft. Lauderdale), Capitol Theatre (Clearwater), Florida Theatre (Jacksonville), The Tilles Center (Greenvale, NY); The Marcus Center (Milwaukee), Agua Caliente Casino, Mohegan Sun Casino Arena, Resorts Casino Hotel, River City Casino (St. Louis) and outdoor appearances at Cape Cod Melody Tent, Fraze Pavilion (Kettering, OH) and The Great Waters Music Festival among others.

www.theamericanelo.com/

June 01, 2023
01

Joe Gatto's Night of Comedy

Murphy Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave

7:00 PM

You know him from Impractical Jokers & he is hilarious!

We cannot wait to present the talented JOE GATTO to the Murphey Performance Hall coming in June 2023! oe Gatto, a well-known comedian, actor, and producer, is best known for the hit TV shows “Impractical Jokers” and “The Misery Index.” He is one of the founding members of The Tenderloins Comedy Troupe who has toured with a live comedy show to sold-out crowds across the world, including legendary arenas, such as Madison Square Garden in New York and the O2 Arena in London. Joe is a co-host of the “Two Cool Moms” Podcast and has also appeared on hit podcasts including This Past Weekend with Theo Von, What A Joke with Papa and Fortune and Life is Short with Justin Long. Joe loves spending time with his two children and his ever-growing pack of rescue dogs affectionately known as the “Gatto Pups.”

June 08, 2023
08

Madagascar the Musical

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave, San Angelo, TX 76903

7:00 PM

Join Alex, Marty, Melman, and Gloria as they bound out of the zoo and onto the stage in this live musical spectacular. This smash hit musical features all of your favorite crack-a-lacking’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar. This brand new musical from Dreamworks (Shrek The Musical) will leave audiences with no choice but to “Move It, Move It!” Ages: 3+ Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes (including intermission)

www.madagascarthemusical.com

June 17, 2023
17

Paintbrush Alley Market Days After Dark

Pop Art Museum: 125 W Twohig Ave

6:00 PM

Come out and shop local artists, makers and vendors at Paintbrush After Dark. This is a pet friendly, family friendly event with food trucks, music and more!

Event Hours: 6:00pm-10:00pm

December 02, 2023
02

Paintbrush Alley Market Days - Holiday Edition

Paintbrush Alley & Pop Art Museum: 33 W Twohig Ave (behind the Texas Theatre)

10:00 AM

Get your last minute Christmas shopping done and come out and shop local artists, makers and vendors at Paintbrush Alley, the San Angelo Area Foundation Parking Lot and the Pop Art Museum. This is a pet friendly, family friendly event with food trucks, live music, children’s activities and more! We will also have a two special photo booths with Santa and the Grinch! This event is completely FREE to the public.

Event Hours: 10:00am-3:00pm

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