Barbeque and Bands Raise Funds for Student Scholarships
The Go Texan Music Fest and Cook Off brought Texas Country fans, barbeque lovers, and the community together for a great cause on Saturday, September 24th. Presented by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the fundraiser was organized by the HLSR Conroe, Willis, Woodlands Houston Go Metro Texan Committee to provide scholarships to the students of Montgomery County.
Attendees had the opportunity to enjoy barbeque and beverages, shop local vendors, participate in crafts and kid zone activities, and watch the Lone Star Chaos Junior Derby team whiz around the Montgomery County Fairgrounds while listening to an impressive music lineup until 11pm.
Special guests Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo mascots Miss Moo and Howdy, a T-Rex on roller skates, and Junior Miss East Texas Heart of Freedom made appearances and greeted crowds – never turning down a photo op with even their youngest fans.
Fans – young and old – listened, clapped and danced as bands played a variety of popular tunes and of course Texas Country.
Talented musicians and vocalists rocked the stage with the Brian Sacco Band kicking off the Music Festival at 1 pm, followed by Underage, TreynWrek, Desert Roads Band, and ending with The Voice star Sundance Head, Scooter Brown Band, and Bleu Edmondson. Crowds even got to meet their favorite bands during the event.
Beau Sullivan, CEO of Tru South Promotions, shared on Instagram that, “Sundance Head met with every fan after his set, I’ve never seen such a long line to meet an artist!”
Bands got a breather at 5pm as the Cook Off Awards were presented to the top barbeque contestants. Congratulations to the bbq category winners and grand finalists!
The Hello Woodlands team had an amazing experience meeting the bands, cook off contestants, vendors, and HLSR Conroe, Willis, Woodlands Houston Go Metro Texan Committee. We were honored to be a part of the Go Texan Music Fest & Cook Off and help raise funds for scholarships for the local students of Montgomery County.
View more photos from the Go Texan Music Fest & Cook off on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page!
Learn more about the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, fundraisers and events at rodeohouston.com