San Angelo’s Weekly Events and Activities
Plenty of live music, Ghost Walks, Downtown Stroll, Market Days, Plays, Asian Bazaar, and more this week in San Angelo…
Midnight Rodeo has another great band for you this Friday night, Oct. 20th as JB & The Moonshine Band come to town. These guys are great and it’s been a while since they have played San Angelo. Listen for your cue to call in and get on the guest list with Kickin’ Country 103.1.
Back for a 3rd year, Downtown San Angelo Ghost Walks are very popular and take you on a journey through the streets to some of the oldest and most haunted buildings in Downtown San Angelo. The Ghost Walk is suitable for all ages but does include details of our most gruesome history. New places have been added this year to offer you even more hauntings and history! This year’s Ghost Walks are running through Oct. 31st. For more information about dates, times, and tickets, call 716-4125.
They have given us great music for decades and the Bellamy Brothers are playing Whiskey River Saloon this Thursday night. They are awesome and I can’t wait to see them! Listen to call in and win free tickets to the show mornings with Kickin’ Country 103.1.
It’s once again time for the DOWNTOWN STROLL this Thursday, Oct.19th from 5-9 pm in historic downtown San Angelo. Check out the San Angelo Museum, art galleries, dining establishments, bars, coffee shops, as well as unique boutiques and more. Many of these businesses stay open late for this monthly downtown event. Be sure to ride the trolley for free. For more information, call 655-2345.
The Brooks and Bates Theatre presents FORBIDDEN BROADWAY Mon. and Tues., Oct. 16th & 17th. From ANNIE to PHANTOM to WICKED, this fall-down funny, satirical roast of over 30 Broadway hits features outrageous costumes, silly spoofs of the songs you know by heart and madcap impressions by a stellar cast! The theatre is located at 82 Gillis St in San Angelo. For more information call 653-8877 or go to San Angelo PAC.org.
Cactus Market Days is this and every third Saturday of the month. Enjoy Dozens of Arts and Craft and Food Vendors in the parking lot at 13 East Twohig across from the Cactus Hotel from 10 AM to 5 PM. You’ll find one of a kind unique hand made items and be entertained with various performances during the day. For available booth space and more information, call Judy at 949-6200.
Check out the Spook-A-Rama Haunted House running through October 31st from 7-11:30 pm nightly at the old M & R Nursery at 1601 West Beauregard. Find your way through a 12,000 square foot Maze. For more information, call 213-0496.
The Association of Asian American Women of San Angelo are presenting their Asian-American Cultural Festival with “Asian Bazaar” this Friday and Saturday at El Paseo de Santa Angela from 11-5 both days. Admission is free and features authentic Asian, Asian-inspired, and Asian themed food and merchandise booths, martial arts demonstrations, music and cultural dance performances, children’s activities, and more! For more information, call 944-4444.
The ASU Planetarium presents the full-dome public astronomy show “Stars: The Powerhouses of the Universe” at 7 p.m. on Thursdays through Nov. 16th. All shows are open to the public with admission prices of $3 for adults and $2 for children, active military and senior citizens. ASU students, faculty and staff are admitted free. Call 942-2136 for more information.