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Three days of music and art! See our Facebook page for many photos and nice comments. Thanks to the City of Nocona, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Chisholm Trail Art Association for all the dedication to make this a great annual event.
A Nocona Nights favorite performer , Tommmy Alverson summed it up best:
“I’ve been doing Nocona Nights for 17 years now. We were the first band to play it. Since then Nocona has invested in itself over and over and it is now really something special. New business folks have taken a leap of faith and have succeeded in a big way! Thanks to Wr Tucker, James Fegnolio and the whole Fegnolio Family, Clint And Dee Brown, and the whole town and everyone involved in the Nocona magic! It is a way of life! Thanks to mi comprades Matt Hillyer, Josh Grider and his lovely wife Christy, Mike Blakely, Susan Gibson, and the Great Johnny Bush! Thx also to Nocona VFW, Red River Pizzeria, the Veranda. And last but not least Don MacLaughlin for the incredible portraits. It was just an awesome weekend and we are very blessed to be a part of it!“
Now is the time to make plans for a fun and exciting event-filled weekend full of music and art. It may be the biggest and best art and music event in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma!
Start off your Friday October 11th at noon with an “Art Stroll” in downtown Nocona, Texas. Inspect the judged art show at the new H.J. Justin Building at 100 Clay. Visit other downtown art galleries featuring noted western and portrait artist Don McLaughlin, and Texas State Artist nominee L. G. Lemons, and enjoy music and original art in each. Another highlight of the weekend will be a Beer and Wine Garden at Red River Pizza featuring our Nocona Nights’ musicians Tommy Alverson and Matt Hillyer from 4 to 5:30.
The day is capped off with a 6 PM dinner and concert by music legend Johnny Bush at the Veranda Inn Event Center. A limited number of tickets are still available.
On Saturday plan for a “Bloody ‘Merry’ Morning” at the VFW featuring Tommy Alverson, and continued art show and performances at the Justin Building and downtown businesses and art galleries. Further highlights of Saturday include Josh Grider, Mike Blakely, and Susan Gibson, all famous Texas singer/songwriters, performing at 3:30 at the Justin Building followed by the Art Show awards at 5:30 there.
Finally on Saturday at 6 PM join the Nocona Nights Dinner Concert at the Veranda with all these same performers putting on a fantastic show. A limited number of tickets are still available. Winning art work will be displayed there.
It doesn’t end here! Noted bands will be performing after the Nocona Nights Concerts at the Nocona Beer and Brewery and the VFW
On Sunday morning a city-wide pancake breakfast served by the VFW and good old gospel singing will take place in the Mary Beckman Davis Park downtown at 9 AM.
As if that’s not enough, the Justin Frazzell Red Dirt Roads Radio Show will be held Sunday from 3 to 6 PM at the VFW. Featured Texas musicians will be performing in a live broadcast on 95.9 FM.
All day events are free and all Nocona Nights’ Dinner and Concerts are included in the Patron packages. Tickets are available and are $100 per person for Friday and Saturday dinner concerts. For further details and to obtain tickets see the Nocona Nights website at http://www.nocona-nights.org and the Nocona Nights Facebook page, or email Nocona Nights at email@example.com.
Nocona Nights has moved to a larger venue at Veranda Inn Event Center, so for the first time in a long time more tickets are available for our next season.
Please join us for our 17thoutstanding season which includes 7 great musical performances and 7 fantastic dinners and desserts. BYOB
Wrangler – $700 per couple
Cowboy – $800 per couple
Trail Boss – $1000 per couple
Your extra donation helps insure the future of Nocona Nights and receives special recognition in the program.
Please mail check to Nocona Chamber of Commerce, P. O. Box 27, Nocona, Texas 76255
October Festival “Art of the Song”
October 11, 2019 Friday night: Johnny Bush -Veranda Inn
October 12, 2019 Saturday night: Tommy Alverson, Matt Hillyer, Susan Gibson
Mike Blakely, and Josh Grider -Veranda Inn
November 9, 2019: Randall King Full Band- Veranda Inn
December 14, 2019: Gary P. Nunn-Veranda Inn
February 1, 2020: Cody Canada and The Departed -Veranda Inn
March 14, 2020: Larry Joe Taylor and Davin James -Veranda Inn
April 18, 2020: WW II Armistice Special Commemoration: Hot Club of Cowtown with Davina and The Vagabonds “The Finest Hour” – Veranda Inn
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Chamber at 940/825-3526 for availability of tickets. We anticipate selling out the Season so please let us know right away if you’d like Patron tickets. No individual tickets available. $350 pp for season for all dinners and concerts at Veranda Inn Event Center
Get ready for a city-wide festival on October 11th and 12th when Nocona Nights, The Chisholm Trail Art Association, and the Nocona Chamber of Commerce present The Art of the Song !
Save the dates for a weekend of art shows and music.
Outstanding Texas performers will be at the Justin Building Art Show and restaurants in the downtown area, as well as two nights of Nocona Nights dinners and concerts.
Art work by Larry Lemons
Tickets available at Nocona Chamber 940/825-3526 or email@example.com. $100 pp for concerts and dinners both nights.
See schedule below :
Season ticket holders will get to hear this remarkable band on Saturday, April 13. Doors at 6; dinner 6:30; concert 7:15
This concert is sold out.
If you’re not a Season Ticket holder and would like to be on the waiting list for next year, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Country scene of the 1970s put Austin on the international music map when “Willie and Waylon and the Boys” came to town. Now that same magic lives again in The Lost Austin Band.
They were there: this is their music! If you’ve heard the music of Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Martin Murphey, Steven Fromholz, Willie Nelson, Rusty Wier, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, Willis Alan Ramsey, Denim, B.W. Stevenson or other song-oriented Texas artists, then you’ve heard the music of The Lost Austin Band.
The media called it “Progressive Country,” but the band prefers to call their repertoire a collection of world-class compositions created by some of the finest songwriters in Texas. Bob Livingston, Bill Browder, Dave Moerbe, Patterson Barrett, Ernie Gammage, and Craig D. Hillis, each with long careers of their own, return to their musical roots as The Lost Austin Band with the songs that created this special time in Texas’s musical history. “
Michael and band will be performing Saturday to a sold out crowd.
Doors at 6: dinner 6:30; concert 7
“Michael Hearne’s destiny has been tangled in
wire and wood since he first laid his hands on
a guitar at the age of seven. With a natural ear
for harmony and an aptitude for picking, it
wasn’t long before a young Michael Hearne
was a fixture at parties and local events in his
childhood hometown of Dallas. By the age of
sixteen he had honed his skills on the guitar
and, without a doubt in his mind about his
destiny, he hit the road as a touring musician.
Michael’s career over the next few decades
would take him across the southwest and
beyond. Calling the mountains of northern New
Mexico home for many years, Michael shared
his talents as a singer, songwriter, and picker
in bars, listening rooms and dance halls
throughout the region. In the 1980’s, he toured
as a member of Michael Martin Murphey’s
band, recording on Murphey’s 1982 self-titled
album for Liberty Records. Hearne has penned
songs for Jerry Jeff Walker and Gary P. Nunn
(“Lesson to be Learned from Love”) and his
New Mexico anthem, “New Mexico Rain,” was
recorded by country music legend Johnny
Rodriguez as well as by his uncle and aunt, Bill
and Bonnie Hearne. Michael has also
co-written with Mentor Williams, Andy Byrd,
Shake Russell, Keith Sykes, and many others”
Contact Nocona Nights at email@example.com to get on waiting list for season tickets in July, should they become available.
On February 2, 2019 Nocona Nights will present a special Valentine’s Show featuring Brennen Leigh and Noel McKay. There are a few tickets available to the public at firstname.lastname@example.org. The performance will be at The Veranda Inn and rooms or RV sites can be obtained by calling 940.825.5111.