If you’re headed to the Hill Country this weekend, you’re in for a treat — perhaps the greatest display of pure, unadulterated country-Americana one can witness in a lifetime.
The 50th Annual Peach Jamboree, Parade and Rodeo is Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There’s a rodeo and dance each night. The Peach Parade meanders through town Saturday morning at 10. Locals here really know how to dress up a tractor. Garrison Brothers will have a float in the parade and we’re sponsoring the Barrel Races at the rodeo.
If this all sounds hokey as hell to you, well, it is. And we love it!
You can learn more about everything going on and buy event tickets at http://www.stonewalltexas.com/
Immediately after the parade, at 12:30, everybody is invited back to Garrison Brothers Distillery for a fried chicken lunch in our barrel barn. Come early though because we’ll probably run out of chicken, and lunch is first come, first-served.
We have Charlie Montague and his band playing off the back porch. If you’ve never seen this guy, prepare yourself. There are unsubstantiated reports that respectable young women take their bras off and throw them on stage when he plays in Luckenbach. He rocks!
If you’re going to join us for lunch, please RSVP at our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=231415296872385
The lunch is BYOB and we’ll be asking for $5 a person. We will donate 100% of the chicken dinner proceeds to The Hye Preservation Society.
We hope to see ya’ll there.