HCCArts, in conjunction with Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation and the Boerne Public Library Foundation, is excited to present a new FREE concert series: Arts at the Amphitheater! The Third Thursday series begins on September 21. The Amphitheater at the Patrick Heath Public Library is an outdoor venue so wear comfortable clothes and bring lawn chairs or blankets for lawn seating. Parking is available in the lot in front of the library building.
Every 3rd Thursday, New Series Starting, September 21, 7:00-9:00 P.M.
Patrick Heath Public Library 451 N. Main St., Boerne, TX 78006
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Artist Meet and Greet
Support the Arts at the Amphitheater Series by purchasing VIP Tickets! For only $25/person, VIP Access includes: 1st Section Seating and a "Meet and Greet" Wine Reception with the artist of your choice before the performance.
Boerne Public Library Foundation Stadium Chair
Enjoy the show in comfort with a Boerne Public Library Foundation Stadium Chair for $25! Featuring 2 cup holders, a carrying case, and the "Boerne Public Library Foundation" logo on the case and on the back of the chair.
The Nash Hernandez Orchestra
The Nash Hernandez Orchestra is Austin's longest running big band. Established in 1949 by trumpeter, Nash Hernandez, the orchestra continues today under the direction of his son, drummer Ruben Hernandez. The band has been playing big band swing and Latin music for generations of fans throughout Texas. Come out and see this high-powered band and "dance 'til you drop."
More about the band: www.nashhernandezorchestra.net
When you're looking for a Czech Polka band in the South Central Texas area, one name stands out above the rest. “The Czechaholics”!!!! Their reputation for excellence, professionalism, and pure entertainment make them the number one choice in bands.
More about the band: www.czechaholics.com
Four siblings, fingers flyin', awesome harmonies, meaningful original selections,
and providing a lot of on stage excitement...that's what
they are all about. The world seems to be falling apart,
but the band communicates that there is hope provided
in some hand-clapping songs they've written about faith,
family and finding your purpose.
More about the band: www.willowcitymusic.com
NEW! Watch Willow City's latest video, "I'll Fly Away" on YouTube.