This year, Texas Reds fans and festival-goers have the opportunity to experience music from a man that has shaped country music for decades. Country music legend Steve Wariner will officially be headlining this year's festival.
Wariner is set to take to the stage on Saturday, Sept. 28. The performance will be from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on the main stage located between 21st and 22nd streets in Downtown North. Wristbands to gain entry into the headlining concert are $5 and will be sold on the festival grounds.
Wariner is the winner of numerous Country Music Association (CMA) titles, Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards, Grammy awards, and has been inducted into both the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and the legendary Grand Ole Opry.
Some of his chart-topping songs include "Some Fools Never Learn," "Kansas City Lights," and "Holes in the Floor of Heaven."
Wariner has 18 studio albums, 50 singles and 10 number one hits under his belt. He's co-written with the greatest in today's country music, including Clint Black, Garth Brooks and Keith Urban.
For additional information on the 2013 Texas Reds Festival, how to become a Texas Reds sponsor, or how to volunteer at this year's event, contact City of Bryan Event Coordinator Gwynne Shillings at 979.209.5518 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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