We keep you up to date with what's going on in and around the Concho Valley. Here's a look at what's happening in and around San Angelo...

THE CHICKEN FARM                                    FRI & SAT, SEPT 3rd & 4TH

The Chicken Farm Art Center invites you to join in on their 2021 Concert in the Yard Season on Fri, Sept 3rd starting at 4 pm! Enjoy local musicians, tasty food and drink & shopping at their resident artist shops and studios. Come back on Sat, Sept 4th as they continue to Celebrate 50 years of Sharing the Art Spirit with plenty of Local Art, Music, Food, and Fun from 10 am – 5 pm. For more info, call 653-4936.

SPORTS NEXT LEVEL LABOR DAY CORNHOLE & WASHERS SEPT 5TH

Sign up to compete in the Sports Next Level Labor Day Cornhole Tournament and Washers Tournament both on Sun, Sept 5th starting at 1 pm with a 100% payout in both. Enjoy beer, food, music and more. Get all of the details and sign up at sportsnextlevel.com or call 277-0928.

9/11 MEMORIAL CEREMONY                                                SAT, SEPT 11TH

The San Angelo Fire Department and Mayor Brenda Gunter will be hosting a memorial ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the tragic events that took place on Sept. 11, 2001. The event will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at the River Stage. It will be free and open to the public. Gates will open at 6 pm & Attendees are invited to bring chairs or blankets.

COOPER’S BBQ LIVE – "PURPLE PIANO”                            SAT, SEPT 11TH

Coopers BBQ Live is bringing you another unique performance on Sat, Sept 11th with “Purple Piano” featuring Marshall Charloff with a Tribute to Prince. Get your tickets at originalcoopersbbq.com.

CONCHO VALLEY FOOD DRIVE                                           FRI, SEPT 17TH

The Concho Valley Regional Food Bank at 1313 S. Hill St. Is having a Hunger Action Food Drive on Fri, Sept 17th from 3-5 p.m. They ask that you bring a non-perishable Thanksgiving staple by to help their member agencies provide their clients with a Thanksgiving meal! For more information, call 655-3231.

FRANK CARAWAY SPORTING CLAY CLASSIC                      SAT, SEPT 18TH

Get your shotguns ready and sign up for the 15th Annual Frank Caraway Sporting Clay Classic on Sat, Sept 18th at the San Angelo Claybird Association. Registration opens at 7:30 am, Rotations start at 9, enjoy lunch at 11:30, followed by Awards presentations and a Live Auction at 12:30. This event is being hosted by the West Texas Rehab Center. For more information, call 223-6364.

PAC CENTER - “FOREVER YOUNG”                                SUN, SEPT 19TH

Murphey Performance Hall presents “Forever Young” on Sun, Sept 19th at 3:30 pm. “Forever Young” is an exciting new look at the greatest hits of all time taking you back to the music of your youth and jam-packed with powerhouse vocals, dynamite choreography with pop, rock and country classics. For more information, visit sanangelopac.org or call 284-3825.

SPORTS NEXT LEVEL -CORNHOLE TOURNAMENTS SATURDAYS - TFN

The Kickin’ Country Cornhole Tournaments are back at Sports Next Level with your chance to win big prizes and money every Saturday. Find out how to enter your team at sportsnextlevel.com.

CONCHO VALLEY FARMERS MARKET                          NOW UNTIL OCT.

The Concho Valley Farmers Market is open every Tues, Thurs, & Sat until October at the Farmers Market Pavilion, 609 S Oakes across from Ft Concho offering you fresh fruits and vegetables grown within a 75 mile radius of San Angelo along with meats, eggs and more all on sale from 7 am – Noon. For more information, call 245-3338.

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