We keep you up to date with what's going on in and around the Concho Valley. Here's a look at what's coming up...

COOPER'S BBQ LIVE                                                          FRI, SEPT 24TH

As part of their 2021 Cooper's BBQ Live concert series, don't miss Kyle Nix of the Turnpike Troubadours featuring the Teague Brothers Band at Cooper's BBQ in Christoval this Fri, Sept 24th and be listening to win tickets to the show.

FAMILY FIESTAS PATRIAS                          FRI & SAT, SEPT 24TH & 25TH

Community, culture and fun is what Family Fiestas Patrias is all about. Sept. 24TH & 25TH San Angelo’s cultural district will turn into an extravaganza of music, art, crafts, food and activity in the area around The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. Hours are Fri, Sept 24th from 4-8 pm and Sat, the 25th from 10 am – 10 pm. Most activities are free and families can enjoy art projects, dance demonstrations, clay making, food trucks, artists, vendors & lots of live music starting with a tribute to Selena and continued live music until 10 pm. Admission is free! For more info, click on samfa.org or call 655-2345.

EDEN FALL FEST                                                                SAT. SEPT 25TH

Make plans to be in Eden on Sat, Sept 25th for the Eden Fall Fest beginning at 10 AM with a downtown parade, followed by a festival on the square with food vendors, arts and crafts, cold beer & admission is free! The music starts at noon with Grammy award winners Los Tex Maniacs! The festival continues into the evening with a Green Apple Music show featuring Blues, Rocker, guitarist Ian Moore. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8. Get your tickets for Ian Moore at Greenapplemusic.com or at the gate. The show is BYOB.

LET IT GO RALLY & RUN                                              SAT, SEPT 25TH

Registration is still open for the 17th Annual "Let it Go Recovery Rally & Run" hosted by the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley Sat. Sept 25th. There is a 1 mile run and a 5K fun run. Everyone is invited to participate and Race day registration begins at 7:30 am, the race starts at 8:30 at El Paseo at 34 W. Ave D.

GUN & BLADE SHOW                                   SAT & SUN, SEPT 25TH & 26TH.
The San Angelo Gun & Blade Show will be held this Sat & Sun, Sep 25th-26th at the San Angelo Coliseum and hosted by Silver Spur Trade Shows. BUY-SELL-TRADE or just browse new, used, & collectible guns - parts & accessories - clips, grips, ammo, mags, & reloading equipment - supplies, holsters, & knives of all kinds - military surplus, collectibles, & Survival Gear - coins, jewelry, purses and much more. Hours are Sat 9-5 & Sun 10-4. For more information, click on info@silverspurtradeshows.com or call 806-253-1322. Listen to win free admission.

SHRIMP FEST 2021                                                             SAT, SEPT 25TH

The San Angelo Rotary Club is hosting "Shrimp Fest 2021" at Kirby Park, 1401 Edmund Boulevard in San Angelo on Sat, Sept 25th from 4-8 pm. All you can eat shrimp at a price of $20.00 a ticket. Tickets are sold at the door and at participating shops around San Angelo. Proceeds benefit West Texas Counseling and Guidance. For more information, call 655-5367.

PAINTBRUSH ALLEY MARKET DAYS                     SAT, SEPT 25TH

Come out and shop with local artists and vendors at Paintbrush Alley and the Pop Art Museum this Sat, Sept 25th from 10 am - 4 pm. This is a  family friendly & pet friendly event at 33 W Twohig Ave with food trucks, music and more in Historic Downtown San Angelo.

TEE OFF FOR TATA'S                                       MON, SEPT 27TH

Calling all golfers to Tee off for TaTa's on Mon, Sept 27th at 7 am. It's a wonderful golf tournament that is all about raising money for the the American Cancer Society. Pops Family Grill will be providing Brisket and Pulled Pork Sandwiches, chips & cookies for lunch. Get your team together and support a great local event at San Angelo Country Club, 1609 Country Club Rd.

ROCKIN' THE RANCH 2021                                           FRI-SUN, OCT 1ST-3RD

The House of Fifi Dubois, 123 S Chadbourne downtown San Angelo is bringing you another great lineup of music as they present "Rockin' The Ranch 2021". This is an awesome annual fundraiser benefiting The West Texas Boys Ranch with non stop music and fun for all. A $20 Donation gets you an all day wrist band for all of the music performances and access to the Chuck Wagon Snack Bar. The ROCKIN' THE RANCH 2021 Performances and Show-times are confirmed...check it out at RockinThe RanchWTBR's Facebook page.

SPORTS NEXT LEVEL -CORNHOLE TOURNAMENTS SATURDAYS - TFN

The Kickin’ Country Cornhole Tournaments are back at Sports Next Level with your chance to win big prizes and money every Saturday. Find out how to enter your team at sportsnextlevel.com.

CONCHO VALLEY FARMERS MARKET NOW UNTIL OCT.

The Concho Valley Farmers Market is open every Tues, Thurs, & Sat until October at the Farmers Market Pavilion, 609 S Oakes across from Ft Concho offering you fresh fruits and vegetables grown within a 75 mile radius of San Angelo along with meats, eggs and more all on sale from 7 am – Noon. For more information, call 245-3338

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