VAST Concerts & Events today announced a series of additions to the musical lineup performing at Cory Morrow’s Go Wheels Up! Texas, scheduled for May 3-5, 2019 at the San Marcos Regional Airport. Event “special guest” Kevin Fowler has been added to the lineup, and will perform Saturday evening on the main stage, prior to headliner Bret Michaels.
Singer-songwriter Kevin Fowler’s 7th studio album “How Country Are Ya?” is a good-timing, honky-tonk-stomping collection of anthems that people can scream and dance to at shows. “Fowler has earned a reputation as one of the most amped-up performers to emerge from the modern day Texas country movement,” said event producer Clayton Corn. “Anyone who has
seen Kevin perform knows the high-caliber energy he brings to the stage.”
Additional performers on Saturday include: Dale Watson, Radney Foster, Drew Womack, and Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines. Sunday Morning’s entertainment features the Gospel Brunch with Josh Weathers. And Cinco de Mayo headliners Los Texmaniacs take the main stage at 12:30 PM. Event host and Texas music icon Cory Morrow will perform multiple times throughout the weekend, including the Friday evening kick-off.
Go Wheels Up! Texas is a high-energy, family-friendly celebration of music, airplanes, automobiles, and of course – Texas cuisine! The weekend’s concert series, air show, auto show and food festival are designed to entertain spectators from all walks of life.
• The Car Show begins Saturday morning, May 4th, and resumes on Sunday morning;
• Each day, a three-hour airshow will feature solo & team aerobatic performers;
• The Food Festival runs throughout the entire weekend, showcasing flavors and craft
spirits that call central Texas home;
• Throughout the weekend there will be numerous activities for children & families;
• The complete list of musical performers includes: https://gowheelsup.live/music-series/
Additional details and tickets for the entire weekend are available at: https://gowheelsup.live/
Go Wheels Up! is poised to become a central Texas tradition for years to come.
Sponsorship packages are still available for local companies interested in promoting their brands to the tens-of-thousands of weekend attendees. Companies interested in participating should contact Jake Clements.