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Wild West Fest

July 29th - August 5th

this summer's most anticipated concert

get ready for some music & fun

new dates, more performers, ticket packages, & more

what's new for 2022?

no lawn chairs on friday 8/5

On Friday, August 5th, we will not be allowing lawn chairs to be brought into the concert venue, per the City of San Angelo. Chairs will be provided.

Food Trucks & Vendors

This year's Wild West Fest will feature local San Angelo food trucks and vendors that you can purchase food & drinks from throughout the event.

New Ticket policies

New for 2022, Wild West Fest will be limiting tickets to 6 tickets per transaction and 2 transactions per credit card (up to 12 tickets).

Wild West Fest Merchandise

This year we will be selling Wild West Fest Merchandise online and at the event for attendees! From t-shirt to bags and even hats - we'll have it all.

what's in store for visitors like you?

check out the biggest lineup wild west fest has ever had below

Get pumped Texas country fans! Wild West Fest 2022 is around the corner and we’re going to celebrate with incredible acts like Whiskey Myers, Turnpike Troubadours, Muscadine Bloodline, Austin Meade, and so many more great artists. Find your favorites below and select get tickets to find out about preorders & more (:

july 29th, 2022 @ Sports Next Level

  • The Damn Quails

    The Damn Quails proudly have their roots in the Red Dirt music scene of their native Oklahoma. In the decade since releasing Down the Hatch, they have toured the country and beyond, soaking up stage time and adding new depth and substance to their live performances and original material. Go see for yourself.

  • the cameron sacky band

    Shaped in San Marcos, the Cameron Sacky Band delivers an original sound different from any other artists in Texas. Heavy relic’d reverb, a unique voice, and melodies you can’t help but sway to made for that perfect mood anytime. 
 The Cameron Sacky Band’s first EP album was recorded in a small apartment while attending their first semester at Texas State University. Although restricted by money and equipment, the EP made quite a debut. It sparked much interest from listeners of all genres and gained attention from well respected artists in the Texas Music Scene. Now, after one EP and 2 singles, CSB is excited to present their debut album, “Time Only Tells” on April 23, 2021. 
 Out of pure love for Texas music, the Cameron Sacky Band continues to create a sound you surely won’t forget.

july 30th, 2022 @ San Angelo Riverstage

  • whiskey myers

    Genre-bending band Whiskey Myers have played more than 2,000 live shows since their emergence in 2007 and have sold out 95% of their headlining shows over the past two years to ever-increasing crowds. USA Today describes the band led by frontman Cody Cannon as “a riff-heavy blend of Southern rock and gritty country that has earned comparisons to the Allman Brothers Band and Led Zeppelin,” with Rolling Stone noting “it’s the seminal combination of twang and crunchy rock & roll guitars that hits a perfect sweet spot.”

  • muscadine bloodline

    Proudly independent and unapologetically Southern, country duo Muscadine Bloodline find their true voice on their upcoming new album, Dispatch to 16th Ave. Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton grew up in Mobile, Alabama, but didn’t cross paths until they each started to pursue their musical dreams. In 2012, they forged a friendship when Stanton opened a show for Muncaster’s band at Soul Kitchen in Mobile. Charlie’s contemporary vocals complimented by Gary’s harmonies and masterful guitar licks showcase a powerfully refreshing mix of talent, passion and unfiltered authenticity. Since naming themselves Muscadine Bloodline in 2015, they’ve had two Billboard-charting critically-acclaimed EP’s, have sold out shows across the country, opened concerts for hundreds of artists and earned a standing ovation at their Grand Ole Opry debut in 2018.

  • austin meade

    Thanks to plainspoken but deep heartland songwriters like Tom Petty, and cutting his teeth touring in the Texas and Oklahoma Red Dirt scene, Meade’s music overflows with wide-open soulfulness. He was a drummer for years, even teaching to pay the bills, but Meade found his true voice when he began playing guitar as a teen in his pastor-father’s church. Those experiences lend both a gravitas an rebelliousness to Meade’s songs and self. Now the frontman of his own band slinging guitar licks with expert precision, his music rolled out with two releases in 2014, his first EP “Long Ways To Go” followed by his first full-length album “Chief Of The Sinners.” 

after party @ blaines pub on july 30th

  • pony bradshaw

    Bradshaw was born a nomad, traveling in his blood. He’s settled in North Georgia now, but spent his formative years in East Texas, up until he joined the military shortly after high school. The Air Force took him to Colorado for a spell but ended up giving him the boot. Wires got crossed. Youth prevailed and he moved back to Texas with the kind of experience that can’t be bought, a duffel bag full of BDUs, and a head teeming with stories and new perspectives. A lot of aimless wandering ensued before he arrived in Georgia. Bradshaw’s most recent record, Calico Jim (1/29/21), was released via Black Mountain Music, a small independent label out of Greensboro, NC, and recorded in Little Rock, AR, at Fellowship Hall Sound. After signing with Rounder Records in 2018, and putting out Sudden Opera, his debut record, he decided to part ways with the historic label to have more control.

after party @ house of fifi dubois on july 30th

  • Midnight River Choir

    The formation of Midnight River Choir was nothing short of a force of nature that now translates seamlessly during their live shows. This band needs no labels or comparisons. Their music speaks volumes about who and what they are. Their lives have been woven together by a strong thread of energy both on and off stage. That energy is raw and natural and soaked up from the earth through their bare feet. They believe that what you get is what you give and they give everything they have to their crowds. When that kind of energy lands back at the feet of the boys it is something of supreme intensity. And no one ever forgets it.


July 31st, 2022 @ Fiddlestrings Bar


August 1st, 2022 @ the penny tap


August 2nd, 2022 @ the house of fifi du bois


August 3rd, 2022 @ The House of
FiFi Du Bois

  • Case Hardin

    Case Hardin, a native son of San Angelo, Texas, grew up with a ranching and rodeo background while developing a love for traditional and neo-traditional country music. Case began his music career his senior year of high school in 2013, and hasn’t looked back since his American Idol debut that same year. Backed by his band, their influences are very recognizable in the way that they play, from traditional honky-tonk music, to more progressive Texas music. To add to his accomplishments, Case has already won various awards and competitions including West Texas Songwriter’s, TCMA New Male Vocalist, State FFA, SXSO, and many others. His debut single, “Sign of a Fool,” easily broke into the top 20 at #18 on the Texas Country Charts; unheard of for any debut artist’s debut single. To add to this, his second radio single, “Deep Blue Me,” climbed to the top spot and broke into the top 10 hitting #6 on the Texas Country Charts. Case’s last two radio singles “Old Stomping Grounds” (#2), and “Texas Rain” (#2 song for all of 2018), have earned him consecutive top five hits on radio and songs of the year for Texas radio. The newest album from Case Hardin entitled “Lucky Him” will be available in 2022, and includes many anticipated radio singles–including the most recent 2021 single “Alcohol Abuse”, which was his first multi-week #1 across the Texas Country Music charts.

August 3rd, 2022 @ tba

  • abbey duncan

    As a full time Texas Tech University student, Abbey has immersed herself in the Lubbock music scene, which has raised up some of the best in the business! With live shows at key venues like the Blue Light Live, both live and recorded radio exposure, festivals like San Angelo’s Wild West Fest, and the unforgettable experience of opening the 2021 Josh Abbott Band music festival JABFEST, Abbey has gained a solid audience. Abbey’s love of classic country, Americana and rock gives authenticity to her unique sound. Growing up in the Austin area exposed her to many genres and artists that shaped her love of all music. Her musical influences are broad and include a wide spectrum from Emmylou Harris and Dolly Parton to Ryan Adams, Kacey Musgraves, John Mayer, and so many others! Her music has garnered attention, and many in the industry have said they cannot wait to hear more! Abbey co-writes most projects with her mom Melissa, including fan favorites Chasing a Cowboy, It Won’t Be Tonight, Kissing You Goodbye, and Picking Up. She has showcased several of these as a semi-finalist in a statewide songwriting contest, along with appearing on a compilation album benefitting COVID relief for Blue Light Lubbock staff with other great Texas artists. Abbey’s been featured on several live radio shows including Texas FM Live at Cook’s Garage and Red Dirt Rebel 105.7, as well as joined in song swaps with other talented performers whenever she could. Be on the lookout for new music from Abbey soon!

August 4th, 2022 @ The House
of FiFi Du Bois + Blaines Pub

  • Jamie Lin Wilson - Fifi's

    With a voice that slides in and out of notes with easy grace, a sly sense of humor, and lyrics that highlight what most of us miss, Jamie Lin Wilson creates music that speaks to our individual experiences. Her electric live performance highlights the four years that went into her writing of her latest
    acclaimed record, Jumping Over Rocks. With co-writes and vocal appearances by Evan Felker of the Turnpike Troubadours, Courtney Patton, JackIngram, and Jason Eady, Jumping Over Rocks explores life as we know it, only translated poetically in a way we long for. Named one of Texas’ greatest songwriters by Wide Open Country and celebrated by the likes of Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, and Paste Magazine, the Sealy, Texas native has proven to be a fan favorite from the listening rooms to amphitheaters.

  • Corey Kent - Blaines Pub

    The three places Corey Kent has spent most of his life: Bixby, Oklahoma, Nashville, Tennessee, and Dallas, Texas. With the small-town charm of Bixby in his lyrics, the big-city energy of Dallas in his live set, and the power of Nashville in his vocals, Corey’s artistry bridges the gap of Red Dirt, Nashville, and Texas. In 2021, Corey is currently out on the road playing shows with Parker McCollum, Randy Rogers, Kolby Cooper, and Eli Young Band, to name a few.

august 5th, 2022 @ San Angelo Riverstage

  • Turnpike Troubadors

    A gritty, country-leaning roots rock band out of eastern Oklahoma, Turnpike Troubadours are fronted by singer and guitarist Evan Felker and including bassist R.C. Edwards, fiddler Kyle Nix, guitarist Ryan Engleman, and drummer Gabe Pearson, the group celebrates and explores modern rural life with a full awareness of history, delicately avoiding being ornate revivalists. A debut album, the self-released Bossier City, appeared in 2007. The follow-up, Diamonds & Gasoline, was produced by veteran songwriter Mike McClure and released in 2010. Goodbye Normal Street, their 2012 album, became their first to appear on Billboard’s country chart, peaking at 14. Three years later, they released their fourth album, The Turnpike Troubadours, and watched it debut at number three on the Billboard country chart, a sign that the band’s fan base was expanding. 2017 saw the release of the group’s highly anticipated fifth studio long-player, A Long Way from Your Heart. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi

  • Cody Canada & The Departed

    Cody was the frontman of Cross Canadian Ragweed, and now leads his high energy 3 piece, The Departed.
  • william beckmann

    Born and raised in the small border town of Del Rio, TX, William Beckmann spent his formative years with a radio dial dominated by the sounds of northern Mexico. Though he’d eventually gravitate more towards classic country and American roots, Beckmann’s early immersion in mariachi and Norteño music left an indelible mark, one that would help shape his distinctive style and guide him on his path to becoming one of the most promising young voices in country music today. 

after party @ blaines pub on august 5th

  • Tanner Usrey

    Prosper Texas born-and-bred singer and songwriter Tanner Usrey has been earning a name for himself in the music industry since 2013 with his soulful southern style. Originally, Usrey performed with his brother and later kicked off his solo career in 2017. Releasing his first EP, “Medicine Man,” in 2019, Usrey has cultivated a fast-growing audience with over 20 million streams and counting. Usrey has been on an upward trajectory opening for notable artists such as Ward Davis and Lucero. Most recently, Usrey was named Peacemaker Festivals first Emerging Artist and recorded a 5-track EP titled “SOL Sessions” with SOL Studios.


after party @ house of fifi dubois on august 5th

what's not allowed, things to remember, & more

frequently asked questions

  • Personal Chairs - please see Chair Policy for when/where chairs are allowed
  • Strollers (Umbrella strollers not allowed)
  • Clear Empty Water Bottles / Empty Camel Backs
  • Sunscreen
  • Bags - please see Bag Policy below for allowed types/sizes

NO Backpacks, large purses, or bags allowed EXCEPT for:

  • YES  Small Clutch bags (up to 10” x 6”)
  • YES  Fanny Packs/Waist Packs (up to 10” x 6”)
  • YES  One Gallon Clear Zip-Top bag
  • YES  Drawstring or Clear backpacks with one additional pocket
  • YES Hydration packs with one additional pocket i.e. CamelBaks (bladder must be empty upon entry)

  • Large/Beach/Porch Umbrellas
  • Large Bags, Purses, Backpacks (see bag policy above)
  • Oversized Large Blankets
  • Chairs (Friday, 8/5 Only)
  • Pets (Service Dogs Allowed)
  • Outside Food Or Drinks
  • Coolers
  • Professional Cameras / Recording Equipment
  • Guns/Knives/Weapons Of ANY Kind
  • Glass
  • Alcohol
  • Flasks
  • Illegal Substances
  • Drones Or Any Remote Flying Devices
  • Fireworks
  • No Smoking
  • Laptop Computers
  • Skateboards/Scooters
  • Tents
  • Vending Materials / Unauthorized Flyers
  • Lasers Or Pointers
  • Bad Attitudes

Yes, if the event does not sell out before. All VIP must be purchased in advance.

Wild West Fest is an all ages event.

Wild West Fest is a rain or shine event; No refunds will be issued should inclement weather occur.  If there is a possibility that weather conditions are dangerous, some performances may be paused or canceled. This is up to the discretion of Wild West Fest Safety Management, the City Of San Angelo and Artist Management.  Wild West Fest makes every effort to limit delays and cancellations.  Texas weather changes quickly and the safety of our guests is our primary concern.  Please be prepared for any weather.

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Wild West Fest 2022 - The Best Summer Concert In Texas!

Join us from July 30th to August 5th, 2022 for this years largest summer concert and best true Texas country lineup! Tickets are on sale 04/22/22 - don't miss it

Event Type: MusicEvent

Event Attendance Mode: OfflineEventAttendanceMode

Event Status: EventScheduled

Performer: Organization

Performer Name: M & H Productions

Performer URL: https://mandhproductions.com

Start Date: 2022-07-30 17:00

End Date: 2022-08-05 23:59

Ticket URL: https://www.stubwire.com/event/wildwestfest2022/billaylorsrmemorialriverstage/sanangelo/26366/

Entry Price: 50

Currency: $

Availability: PreOrder

Availability Starts: 2022-07-30T17:00:00

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