Friday, February 8, 2013

Texas Music and Cajun Style Crawfish FESTIVAL LINEUP- Randy Rogers Band, Robert Earl Keen, Jack Ingram

The 27th annual Texas Crawfish and Music Festival is excited to announce the musical lineup for their fest held over two weekends, April 19-21 and 26-28, in historic Old Town Spring, Texas. Tickets go on sale Thursday, February 14th at 10am Central. Check out the new site at for details.

This year, the festival is bringing in one of their biggest music lineups yet, with an eclectic mix of local, regional and national talent. From blues and country to Latin and Americana, there’s a sound for just about everyone. The lineup includes Randy Rogers Band, Robert Earl Keen, The Toadies, Los Lonely Boys, Jack Ingram, Cody Canada & the Departed, The Trishas, Grupo Fantasma, Sarah Jaffe, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, Shakey Graves, Will Hoge, and many more.

The Texas Crawfish and Music Festival is one of Houston’s largest and longest running festivals, deeply rooted in the historic railroad town of Old Town Spring, TX. The festival is family friendly and promises to have something for all ages. Along with music and steaming pots of delicious Southern Louisiana crawfish, expect all the fun and festivities of a carnival, complete with rides, games, local arts and crafts, food and drinks, a petting zoo, and more. Additional announcements regarding special guests and attractions at the festival will come soon.

Robert Earl Keen
Los Lonely Boys
Jack Ingram
Cody Canada & the Departed
Grupo Fantasma
Theresa Andersson
The Trishas
Los Skarnales
Thieving Birds
Brant Croucher
The Grievous Angels
Los Guerreros de Musica

Randy Rogers Band
The Toadies
Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears
Will Hoge
Sarah Jaffe
Shakey Graves
Max Frost
Dale Watson
Bri Bagwell
Jake La Botz
Will Courtney
Matt Ellis
Tenlons Fort
Horseshoes and Hand Grenades

The full lineup, ticketing information and more is available on the festival’s newly launched website at Follow the festival on Facebook and Twitter @SpringCrawfish.

The Annual Texas Crawfish Festival takes place in the historic 1900's railroad town of Old Town Spring. It is one of Houston’s largest and longest running festivals showcasing tons of local, regional and national music entertainment, featuring local artists and vendors, and serving some of the tastiest Southern Louisiana Crawfish. It is a wonderful family event and fun for all ages. Come celebrate 27 years of fun, music and crawfish!

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