Paramount Front Porch Celebration

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EVENT INFO
ABOUT THE ARTISTS

We are thrilled to host you for this exclusive fresh-air night of Americana music in an intimate setting, complete with friends, food, drink and gratitude for your continued impact on the historic Paramount Theatre.

The Paramount Front Porch Celebration is our way to thank you for your ongoing protection of these theatres. We are limiting the number of tickets available to ensure we can welcome each guest safely. Each household has access to a table for two, with the option to upgrade to a table for four. This event is invitation-only, and no tickets will be available for sale.

This special night is a celebration of you, Texas music, and great friendships. Thanks for sticking with us after such a tough year. We look forward to seeing you there! RSVP NOW


Event Info

Timeline

6pm–7pm Happy hour with music by Missy Beth & Morning Afters, Garrison Brothers Distillery award-winning bourbon tasting, portraits by Matt Lankes Photography
7pm–8pm Dinner in pavilion with music from Marshall Hood Duo
8pm–9:30pm Robert Earl Keen & Band concert
10pm Event ends

 

Location & Directions

The Salt Lick BBQ | Pecan Grove Pavilion map
 
Pecan Grove Pavilion
183000 FM 1826
Driftwood, TX 78619

MAP IT

Directions:
If you are traveling down FM 1826 (from the S. Austin/MoPac direction) – you will pass the main restaurant on your right (they do NOT share an entrance), travel about 800 more yards, cross a small bridge, and the next entrance on your right will be Pecan Grove Pavilion.
 

Masks & Temperature Checks

In addition to socially-distanced tables and a limited number of guests each night, masks and temperature checks will be required for the safety of all staff, guests, and artists.
 

Attire

Come as you are; evening casual
 

Transportation

Contact our transportation partner, Transportation Consultants, to reserve a sedan for 2 passengers or an SUV for up to 5 passengers. Ask for Dave at 512-930-4835 or visit transconsultants.com for more information.
 

Seating & Tickets

All guests will have their own private table of two or four. Your benefits include:

Platinum and Silver Century Club Benefits

  • Private table for four (4)
  • Salt Lick BBQ catered dinner (vegetarian option available by request)
  • Complimentary beverages throughout the evening
  • Professional photo by Matt Lankes Photography
  • A special commemorative gift

 

Bronze Century Club and Partner Benefits

  • Private table for two (2)
  • Salt Lick BBQ catered dinner (vegetarian option available by request)
  • Complimentary beverages throughout the evening
  • Professional photo by Matt Lankes Photography
  • A special commemorative gift

 


About Robert Earl Keen & Band

Robert Earl Keen
 

“The road goes on forever and the party never ends”

It’s not always easy to sum up a career — let alone a life’s ambition — so succinctly, but those five words from Robert Earl Keen’s calling-card anthem just about do it.

Robert Earl Keen is a veteran songwriter, singer, and entertainer. Since his debut album” No Kinda Dancer” in 1984, he has eighteen music album son his credit. He has presented innovative variations in bluegrass, country, and Americana using his unmatched music expertise.

Troubadour Robert Earl Keen has made many meaningful contributions in both his surrounding Texas communities and in the music industry nationwide. As more projects and opportunities come down the pike, and as Keen continues to tour extensively with his band and in acoustic tours with Lyle Lovett, one thing remains the same: Robert Earl Keen loves what he does.

Learn more at robertearlkeen.com.

About Missy Beth & the Morning Afters

Beth Chrisman
 
Multi-instrumentalist & singer Beth Chrisman has been a mainstay of the roots music scene in Central Texas for over a decade. Best known for her fiddle and harmony work with Brennen Leigh, James Hand, and the Carper Family, she is now stepping to the front leading Missy Beth & the Morning Afters. The band brings bluegrass gems and country classics to the modern age, mixing them in with original tunes written by Chrisman and her peers.

About Marshall Hood

Marshall Hood
 
If the last name Hood sounds familiar to you – that’s because it probably is. The Hood legacy thus far includes Champ Hood, original member of the many-would-say-genius Uncle Walt’s Band, and long-time guitarist for Lyle Lovett, and Warren Hood, ace fiddler and composer for The Waybacks, The Bodeans, and his own band, Warren Hood and the Goods. Those are big shoes to fill, indeed, but Marshall Hood, the youngest link in the Hood chain, rounds out a family of wildly talented musicians with effortless guitar work and a knack for crafting the most charming of songs – so reminiscent of his Uncle Champ it’s sometimes hard to tell the difference.

Thank You to Our Event Partners

The Salt LickMatt Lankes PhotographyTwin LiquorsGarrison Brothers DistilleryAustin CocktailsRambler Sparkling WaterStrait MusicVineyard Brands


If you have further questions about this event, please contact Maica Jordan at mjordan@austintheatre.org or 512-692-0519.