Doors open at 5:30 p.m., the live-music show starts at 7 p.m.
Bill Quigley is new to the local Opry show stage. He and his wife are full time winter Texans. Bill has appeared on several area Opry shows and will make his debut Thursday night at the local show.
Stacy Stark is a return crowd-pleaser.
“Stacy has a great voice, and we’ve invited Stacy to bring her two young boys with her as a special added treat for the audience,” said Neil Haertig, show organizer.
The show will also welcome back Randall Edwards who was once the regular drummer with the award-winning Opry Band.
“It’ll be nice having Randall back on the show as a performer,” Haertig said.
Organizers urge country music fans to come early and eat at the food court. The Fierova family provides many great items and desserts to choose from, as well as drinks and snacks. Dinner plates are served for only $5.
“The Fierova family does a great job of serving you,” said Haertig. All proceeds from the show and food court go towards scholarship funds.
Hold on to your tickets. Not only does the audience receive three hours of great country music but door prizes are awarded at intermission.
If you need directions or information, call Jay and Opal at 361-543-4297 or 550-3212, or Neil and Linda at 361-543-4924 after 5 p.m.