1011-3-trails-west.jpg Terry Nash Three Trails West
1011-Belinda-Gail.jpg Belinda Gail
1011-Devon-Jessie.jpg Devon & Jesse
1011-Marilyn-tuttle.jpg Marilyn Tuttle
1011-Floyd-Beard.jpg Floyd Beard
1011-Valerie-Beard.jpg Valerie Beard
1011-Jean-Prescott.jpg Jean Prescott
1011-T-Burl.jpg T Burl
1011-Washtub-Jerry.gif Washtub Jerry
All shows will be downtown at Songbird Live Theatre.
210 E. Henderson,
next door to the Red Horse Antique Mall

Dinners are available for purchase at Taqueria Torres Mexican Restaurant, located inside the Red Horse Antique Mall.

All Seats General Admission
Admission For This Show $30.00
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Dates and Times:
Sunday, October 11
5:30PM Doors Open
6PM Show
Comes to Cleburne
Many artists from the world of Western Swing, Cowboy music and poetry will stop by Cleburne on Sunday, October 11th. They travel to this neck of the woods to attend Western Sweetheart Kristyn Harris's wedding to recording engineer Aarom Eador. About 600 of her closest friends travel from all over the country to celebrate this momentous occasion!

Eleven of those friends will stop by the Songbird Live Theatre to do a show on Sunday, October 11th. The show starts 6:00 pm. Tickets are $30.00 each. Social distancing will be observed. Bring a mask!

We Call the show Bards and Pards Western Fling.
The show will feature award winning artists of Western Swing, along with award winning Cowboy poets.

Miss Devon Dawson is rounding up the talent! Artists like Belinda Gail, Jeff Gore, Floyd and Valerie Beard, Jean Prescott, Terry Nash Three Trails West (Jim Winters, Rolger and Leo Eilts, Marilyn Tuttle, and Washtub Jerry are all winners at the Academy of Western Artists Awards. Seems like the entire awards show has come to town for Kristyn's wedding - and they are showing up at Songbird Live! Don't miss this Show!
Street parking is abundant up and down E. Henderson Street. There is also public parking in the parking lot immediately behind the Songbird Live! building. The entrance to the parking lot is located on Robinson Street, between Chambers Street and E. Henderson Street.