Live &Virtual Entertainment, Events, Music & More

June

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"Juxtaposition" Art Show at Fredericksburg Art Guild

During regular gallery hours. Art Guild members invite you to view art represented in all mediums that demonstrates the technique of juxtaposition - placing objects close together for comparison or contrast. Receptions on June 5 and July 3 from 4 to 8 pm during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg. Please note that the Art Guild is closed on Monday and Tuesday.

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'Harvey" at the Fredericksburg Theater Company

Thursday-Saturday 7:30 p.m. Sunday at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $29 adults, $12 age 17 and under. 

One of the longest-running comedies in Broadway history, Harvey has endeared generations of audiences with the relationship of the amiable Elwood P. Dowd and his best friend, a 6’4” tall white rabbit named Harvey, which only he can see. Exasperated, Elwood’s family is finally driven to committing him into Chumley’s Rest Home for the mentally disturbed, but that is easier said than done. The madness is soon catching, and Harvey is not all he appears to be. A true classic of modern theatre, this 1945 Pulitzer Prize winner about a lovable eccentric still resonates today. 

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Billy Lister at Western Edge 

7 p.m.

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Blues Jam with Graham Warwick at The Club at Barons CreekSide

7 p.m.

4

Ethan Terry at Navajo Grill

6 p.m.

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Fredericksburg Summer Farmer's Market

The Spring market will be held as a grab-and-go grocery at Marktplatz. Held during the Spring and Summer and again in the Fall, the Fredericksburg Farmers Market aims to bring together vendors from across the Hill Country selling fresh produce, meats, fish, cheeses,wines, baked goods, vinegars and more. Jerry Kirk live at 5 p.m.

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Fredericksburg Theater Company presents "Harvey

7:30 p.m. $29 adults. $12 youth

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Homestead Adventure at the Pioneer Museum

10 a.m.-11 a.m. $3 for school age children; accompanying parents are free. Parents bring children age 10 and under to enjoy a different hands-on craft each week. The craft will be based on a book related to pioneer life in Gillespie County.  Previous sessions have been about bluebonnet planting, weaving, bead making, farm and exotic animal petting zoos, bread and butter making and more. Parents learn along with their children!

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Jukebox Heroes at Crossroads Saloon & Steakhouse

6 p.m.

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Mindy Brown at Hondo's on Main

7 p.m.

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Texas Heavy at Albert, Texas Dancehall

6 p.m.

5&6

Carter Creek Winery & Resort near Johnson City is featuring Live Music this Saturday in our New Event Pavilion

Both bands are back by popular demand. On Friday, June 5, Frankie and the Stone Relics will play a mixture of country and “a bit of the oldies.” On Saturday, June 6, locals "The Scott Crofts Band" bring their stellar country sounds to the stage. The bands will play from 5 pm to 9 pm each night. Our restaurant/brewery is open for lunch and dinner both days and dinner reservations are recommended https://bit.ly/2TorsKo. The JC Smokehouse is open during the event and offers a select "grab and go" menu, including our Old 290 craft brews and Carter Creek wines. Enjoy our expansive outdoor space, covered patios, and ample room to dance while still maintaining adequate social distancing. You can also reserve one of our private villas for the weekend and enjoy our beautiful Texas Hill Country wine resort https://bit.ly/2Wwxc5C.

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Alex Coba & Bryan Martin at Western Edge

8 p.m.

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Ben Beckendorf at Hondo's on Main

8 p.m.

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Fredericksburg Theater Company presents "Harvey

7:30 p.m. $29 adults. $12 youth

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Stephen K. Morris at West End Pizza Co.

6:30 p.m.

5

Thomas Michael Riley Music Fest at Luckenbach Texas

$30 per person per day; two day pass $50 per person. Music festival featuring the best in Texas music showcasing Texas Country artists on two stages and hosted by Thomas Michael Riley (TMR). Join us for weekend camping, campfire pickin' and chicken bingo! Dry RV camping available for $75 for festival attendees only.

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Alex Coba & Bryan Martin at Western Edge 

8 p.m.

5

 Anthony Garcia at The Club at Barons CreekSide 

7 p.m.

5

Ben Beckendorf at Hondo's On Main

8 p.m.

5

Johnny Chops and The Razors at Crossroads Saloon & Steakhouse

8 p.m.

5

Josh Murley at Navajo Grill

6 p.m.-8 p.m.

5

Justin Langston at Altdorf Restaurant & Biergarten

6 p.m.

5

Stephen K/ Morris at West End Pizza Company

6:30 p.m.

5

The Limestoners at Lost Draw Cellars

2 p.m.

5

The Time Bandits at El Milagro

6 p.m.

5

Wake Eastman at Albert, Texas Dancehall

6 p.m.

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Andie Kay Joiner at Texas Heritage Vineyard

2 p.m.

6

Art & Vino Painting Class "Beach"

5-7 p.m. $45 per person. Are you looking for an easy way to explore your creative side and have a fun night out with friends? Art and Vino is the answer! The fun part is you can bring and enjoy your favorite bottle of wine or beverage during the class. Come alone or invite your friends. Paint, canvas, and brushes are provided, as is experienced local artists and teachers who can lead you step by step through the process of recreating the featured artwork. At the end of the evening, you’ll have a one-of-a-kind creation and a new-found talent you’ll want to explore. The featured artwork on June 6 is "Beach" and will be available for viewing online. Reserve your spot online.

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Bret Graham at Hondo's on Main

8 p.m.

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Dan White at Augusta Vin 

1 p.m.

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David Selbo at Barons Creek Vineyards

1 p.m.

6

Fredericksburg Theater Company presents "Harvey

7:30 p.m. $29 adults. $12 youth

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Jake McLain at Full Moon Inn

7 p.m.

6

JC Mize at West End Pizza Co. 

6:30 p.m.

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Lane Hunt at Fiesta Winery 290

3 p.m.

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Live Music at Albert, Texas Dancehall

Jonathan Garcia at 2 p.m. and The Ravz at 6 p.m.

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Justin Furr at Navajo Grill

6 p.m.

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Live Music at Altdorf Restaurant & Biergarten

Josh Murley at noon and Peregrino at 6 p.m.

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Pauline Reese at Western Edge

8 p.m.

6

Stephen Morris at Lost Draw Cellars

2 p.m.

6

Trace of Gold at 4.0 Cellars

1 p.m.

6

Stereomonde at Crossroads Saloon & Steakhouse

8 p.m.

6

The Swang Dogs at The Club at Barons CreekSide

7 p.m.

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Chris Syring at Navajo Grill

6 p.m.

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Live Music at Albert, Texas Dancehall

Chuck Shaw at 2 p.m. and Gary Lee Cox Band at 6 p.m.

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Cliff Crawford at Altdorf Restaurant & Biergarten

Noon

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Dan West at Lost Draw Cellars

2 p.m.

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Dave Thomas at Texas Heritage Vineyard

2 p.m.

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Fredericksburg Theater Company presents "Harvey

2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $29 adults. $12 youth

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Ken Raba at Hondo's on Main

6 p.m.

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Treble Soul at Crossroads Saloon & Steakhouse

6:30 p.m.

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WWII Summer Camp at The National Museum of the Pacific War

9 a.m.-3 p.m. $75 per participant and $50 for each additional sibling. The National Museum of the Pacific War invites students entering 4th through 6th grade to attend the museum’s summer day camp! WWII Summer Camp is a great opportunity for budding historians as well as kids who just like to have fun. Campers will get up-close and personal with the museum’s education collection including authentic clothing, weapons, posters, vehicles, and other artifacts from the 1940’s.  Daily special guests - including a WWII veteran - will help campers experience a variety of WWII topics. Please visit the website for more detailed information as it becomes available. Please plan for your camper to attend all week. There is a limit of 20 campers and registration is first come, first serve.  A waiting list will be instituted once camp is full. Parents will be notified if spots become available.

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"Hello from Japan!" Interactive Exhibition at The National Museum of the Pacific War

9 a.m.-5 p.m. "Hello from Japan!" is the National Museum of the Pacific War's newest interactive exhibition and programming series. Children will have fun learning about life in present-day Japan in this playful, highly immersive 1,500 square foot exhibit. Families will be transported to two distinct areas of Tokyo that exist side-by-side: one serene and exquisite and the other too cute for words. Together, the areas highlight how old and new traditions coexist today, giving visitors a family-friendly window into Japanese culture.  The "Hello from Japan!" exhibit is part of the National Museum of the Pacific War's larger Cultural Series, an initiative to nurture a new generation of creative and global citizens. Come play today!

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Art & Vino Painting Class " Meadow"

5 p.m.-7 p.m. $45 per person. Are you looking for an easy way to explore your creative side and have a fun night out with friends? Art and Vino is the answer! The fun part is you can bring and enjoy your favorite bottle of wine or beverage during the class. Come alone or invite your friends. Paint, canvas, and brushes are provided, as is experienced local artists and teachers who can lead you step by step through the process of recreating the featured artwork. At the end of the evening, you’ll have a one-of-a-kind creation and a new-found talent you’ll want to explore. The featured artwork on June 13 is "Meadow" and will be available for viewing online. Reserve your spot online.

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Join a Knitting Brigade at  Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm at Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site

Celebrate Knit in Public Day by pulling up a chair at the Sauer-Beckmann Farm and learning how knitting clubs formed throughout the United States to help soldiers during World War I. Try your hand at crafting a washcloth while gathering stories of the home front.

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Centennial Bank Hill Country Youth Tennis Challenger at Fredericksburg High School Tennis Center

Daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $45 per player age 12 to 18, $29 per player 10 and under. USTA entry level tennis tournament for Texas residence youth. Players age 10 and under play on Saturday. Players age 12 to 18 play Friday and Saturday. Registration will be available online.

Visit the following pages for current and upcoming virtual entertainment, events and music and more!

Have a link you would like to submit? Email christie@fbgtxchamber.org

DANCE TO THE MUSIC

Albert Ice House & Dance Hall

Annie & Mike Blakely

Fredericksburg, TX Live Music Coalition

Luckenbach Texas

Texas Heritage Vineyard

EXPLORE AND LEARN

Science Mill Explorer Zone

GET COOKING

Fischer & Wieser Culinary Adventure Cooking School

GET FIT

HCM Wellness Center

LISTEN TO A PODCAST

Fredericksburg Theater Company Raise the Curtain

LISTEN TO THE RADIO

KFAN 107.9 FM

KNAF 910 AM

KXTI 90.1 FM

Ranch Radio Group

REV FM 94.3

103.7 FM The Buck

TAKE A TOUR

National Museum of the Pacific War

Street Dreams Texas

TASTE THE WINE

Ab Astris Winery

Barons Creek Vineyards

Becker Vineyards

Fall Creek Vineyards

Kuhlman Cellars

Lost Draw Cellars

William Chris Vineyards

The Mission of the Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce is to promote a positive growing business community.

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