City of Rockport | "City to Kick Off Labor Day with Free Concert"


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Bidding farewell to summer and kicking off the Labor Day weekend, the City of Rockport is hosting a free concert on Friday, August 31 at the Rockport Festival Grounds. Featuring country western star Rick Trevino, the concert is being held in conjunction with the Little Bay Labor Day Music Festival. Gates open at 4 pm and the music begins at 6 pm.

Trevino began his career in 1993 with the release of his debut single, "Just Enough Rope," the first mainstream country music single to feature separate English and Spanish-language versions. Trevino has had 14 singles on the Billboard charts and recorded seven studio albums. He will be releasing a new album next month.

Opening act for the free concert is The Groove. The popular, Corpus Christi-based, cover band plays top 40 dance and classic rock, mostly 70s, 80s, and sounds of today.

The Little Bay Labor Day Music Festival continues Saturday night with a Fiesta en La Playa Tejano night. Sunday night features Texas Country music. Tickets for the Saturday and Sunday events are $11 each night. Additional information and advance purchasing are available at https://goo.gl/86QjMv.


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