Texas Music & Crawfish Festival w/ Billy Mata
( Boerne)
Organized by The Roundup
$ 15-25
12:00 to 11:00

Come by for our 2nd Annual Texas Music & Crawfish Festival!

Enjoy Live music by Billy Mata and the Texas Tradition!

Families come enjoy Fresh Crawfish boils ALL DAY long!

Free playground for the kids which include our 70′ pillow bounce, 40′ obstacle bounce, and playground!

Free Pint Glasses with beer purchase from some of the best local Texas Breweries! (while supplies last, so get here early!)

If the mudbugs aren’t your thing, Don’t Worry! We will have several other food trucks on site to satisfy all your hunger needs!

PLUS a bunch of family fun games…Giant Jenga, Giant Checkers, Corn hole competitions, Beer Pong Tables, Pool table, and many more fun activities!

It’s going to be a blast, so make your plans to join us for a fun filled day! Adults Only $15 / Kids 12 & under are free!



Billy Mata celebrates 35 years of making music with The Texas Tradition, his own Texas Western Swing Hall Of Fame band, and winner of the 2016 Ameripolitan Western Swing Group of the Year. As two-time Academy Of Western Artists Western Swing Vocalist of the Year and winner of the Academy’s Entertainer Of The Year award, Billy Mata delivers authentic Western Swing and true traditional country music.

Mata started his recording career in the 1970’s singing Billboard charted, Top 40 Country music. However, in the 1990’s he declared his passion, what he calls “real country music.”  Beginning with his 1998 (third) album release, Keepin’ The Tradition: A Tribute To My Heroes, Billy insisted on recording with his own stage band to properly perform the music he truly prefers: real Bob Wills Western Swing and Traditional Country.  “It’s from the rich roots of Texas music, inspired by the masters of the style who thrived when Texas music nationally rivaled Nashville music on the radio,” Billy says. The result was awards and new radio exposure. He kept his music on the radio with two subsequent CD album releases; Traditionally Yours, Billy Mata in 2004 and Domino Effect in 2006 with Grammy award winner, Floyd Domino.

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