Corks and Caps Added to Slate of Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration Activities
A major component has been added to the 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration that will feature live music as well as beer and wine tastings on Friday, September 18th.Corks and Caps will feature tastings of beer and wine from breweries and wineries from across the state of Texas. A cigar area will also be a featured component during this event hosted by The Leaf from Abilene. Attendees can also relax and enjoy the great tastes of Texas with live music by the Crawfish Band.
Corks and Caps will take place Friday, September 18th at Depot Plaza in Brownwood, TX - 600 E. Depot Street from 6 PM - 10 PM during the Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration.
Tickets with tastings cost $25 each and includes 10 beer or wine samples. Concert only tickets to see the Crawfish Band cost $10 each. Attendees must be 21 or older to purchase tasting tickets. The first 400 tasters will get their choice of a Corks and Caps commemorative "no spill" wine glass or a beer pilsner glass. Advance tickets are currently available at CelebrateBrownwood.com.
Magician Michael Carducci to be Featured at 2015 Feels Like Home Celebration
The 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration will feature street magic and performances from the world-famous magician Michael Carducci on September 18-20th.
Michael Carducci is an internationally renowned, award winning magician whose magic has taken him all over the world. Based in Houston, Texas; Michael is regarded as one of the nation's top corporate magicians and performs at events worldwide.
Concert Tickets Go On Sale Monday for Feels Like Home Celebration
Concert tickets for the 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration main stage will go on sale Monday, August 3rd.
This year's concert will feature the dual headliners of Josh Turner and Uncle Kracker on Saturday, September 19th, the second day of the three-day festival.
Advance concert tickets will be available for $25 each and can be purchased at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce, KOXE, Heartland Mall, Wendlee Broadcasting or online at CelebrateBrownwood.com.
Registration Now Open for Brownwood Feels Like Home Grand Parade
Registration is now open for the 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration Grand Parade which will take place Saturday, September 19th at 10 AM with line-up starting at 8:45 AM in the former Bank of America parking lot in Downtown Brownwood.Entry fee is $10.00 per entry. Entry forms for the parade are due by Monday, August 31st. The late entry fee of $20 will be charged after that date.
Registration Now Open for Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration 5K/10K Run
Registration for the 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration 5K/10K run and 1.5 mile walk is now open. The run is an annual tradition for the festival each year and attracts more than 400 runners from across the state. This year's run will take place the morning of Saturday, September 19th.
Registration cost is $25 in advance. The first 300 runners to register will receive a shirt on race day featuring this year's event logo. Trophies will be given to the top runners and medals will be awarded to the top runners in each age category. Running teams are encouraged.
Runners can register online at CelebrateBrownwood.com or pick up entry forms at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce office located at 600 E. Depot Street in Brownwood.
The route runs through historic downtown Brownwood. It begins and ends at the Lehnis Railroad Museum and takes runners past the Depot District, Center Park, the Lyric Theatre, Brown County Courthouse and the Guinness Book of World Record’s smallest block in the world.
Josh Turner, Uncle Kracker to Headline 2015 Feels Like Home Celebration Concert
Organizers for the 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration held an event Tuesday to announce the concert headliners for this year's celebration coming in September.
The 2015 celebration will feature a dual headliner of Josh Turner and Uncle Kracker on Saturday, September 19th, the second day of the three-day festival.
Turner is a contemporary country music singer known for his hits such as "Long Black Train," "Why Don't We Just Dance," and "Time Is Love." Uncle Kracker is best known for his songs "Smile,", "Drift Away," and "Follow Me."
Advance concert tickets will be available for $25 and will go on sale in August.
Organizers also announced a new event during this year's celebration on Friday night, September 18th.
Concert Headliners to be Announced June 16th for Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration
Organizers for the 2015 Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration will be announcing the concert headliners for this year’s event on June 16th at 5:15 PM at the Depot Plaza area – 600 E. Depot Street.
This year’s Brownwood Feels Like Home Celebration will take place September 18-20th.
Brownwood Reunion Classic Car Show Award Winners Announced
The Brownwood Reunion Celebration came to a close Sunday afternoon after 3 days of food, music, competitions, and activities – including the Classic Car Show hosted by local car club the Heartland Cruisers.
The group asked attendees who visited the show in the Brownwood Coliseum over the weekend to vote for their favorite vehicle. Those votes determined the winner of this year’s awards of fan favorites and Best of Show. Organizers said that over 4000 ballots were cast.