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Kick Off Your Weekend with a Texas Tailgate at Terminal 5

February 27th, 2014

Sometimes when something is so exciting, you can’t help but want to get the party started early with a good old-fashioned tailgate. And along those lines—and ahead of Saturday’s Sixth annual salute to Texas Independence Day at Terminal 5 with Randy Rogers band, Josh Abbott Band, Wade Bowen and Stoney LarueTerminal 5 hosts a Texas Tailgate tomorrow night. And with a high-energy lineup of good-times acts like the Casey Donahew Band (above, doing “Nowhere Fast” for Texas Music Scene), Reckless Kelly and Kevin Fowler, this could just as easily be the main event. But instead it happens to be the first of two great nights of music. So join in on the party and get a taste of Texas.

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Celebrate Texas Independence Day with Pat Green at Terminal 5

February 27th, 2013

This Saturday marks the 177th anniversary of Texas Independence Day—and the fifth anniversary of celebrating it at Terminal 5. Again, the talented Texas-country-music artist Pat Green (stream his most recent album, Songs We Wish We’d Written II, highlighted by covers of “Even the Losers” and “Soulshine,” below) headlines the festive lineup, along with the like-minded Randy Rogers Band, Casey Donahew Band and Stoney LaRue. And as if you’d need another reason to join the fun, any patron (21 or older) wearing an article of clothing with a logo from a Texas college on it will receiver one complimentary drink. The show starts early and ends late, so make sure you head to Terminal 5 on Saturday night to party Texas style—177 has never looked so good!

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Another Reason to Celebrate

March 2nd, 2012


Sometimes all you need is a reason to party, like St. Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras or Arbor Day. So you’ll be happy to know we’ve got your next excuse to cut loose, on Saturday when Terminal 5 hosts the Fourth Annual Salute to Texas Independence Day with a pretty festive lineup, including Pat Green (above, playing “It Feels Like It Should” for Opry Live), the Eli Young Band, the Randy Rogers Band and the Josh Abbott Band. The show starts early, at 7 p.m., which means there will be a full night of merrymaking. And as a bonus, any patron (21 or older) wearing an article of clothing with a logo from a Texas college on it will receive a complimentary drink. A 176th birthday party has never been so much fun. Come out and celebrate for yourself.