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Troubadour Nights: Monthly Singer-songwriter Concert Series Enthralls Music Lovers

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One of the many, many, many amazing things about Texas is the diverse pool of talented Singer-Songwriters. If you love this type of music, consider a trip to Ingram for Troubadour Nights at the delightfully renovated venue, Blue Sage Hall. Found at 3044 Junction Hwy, this popular monthly concert series was founded in October 2015 and features world-class acts in an intimate setting. Check the website for upcoming shows. The remaining lineup for 2018 includes Adam Carroll on July 13, Walt Wilkins on August 3, Butch Hancock on September 7, The Purple Hulls on October 5, and Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines playing together on December 7.

Ingram, TX

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The Blue Sage Hall has a connected parking lot and snacks available for purchase. All shows are BYOB, with setups sold inside, so don’t forget to load up the cooler with ice and pack along your preferred adult beverages. Doors open at 7 p.m. The music starts at 7:30 p.m. Located only ten minutes from downtown Kerrville and 45 minutes from San Antonio, this event is a wonderful excuse to explore this part of the Texas Hill Country. If you’d like to make a day or weekend of it, mentioning Troubadour Nights attendance at the Inn of the Hills will get you a hotel discount.

Blue Sage Hall

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And if you really love this type of music at this venue, memberships to Troubadour Nights have been created! Three levels, starting at $60 per month, including reserved seating, special gifts, artist meet & greets, and more. The Business Elite membership also allows for logo advertising during the show and on the Troubadour Nights website. Whether just for one night or the whole series, consider planning a music lover’s trip that will delight your ears while supporting the auditory arts of the Lone Star State!