Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation, Texas State Arts & Crafts Fair, Symphony of the Hills and Schreiner University present...

Sept 28th, 2018

Matt Nakoa & Harpeth RisingWith The Symphony of the Hills

Sponsored by Culligan Water

Come camp at Quiet Valley Ranch and attend this special concert at the beautiful Point Theater, on the banks of the Guadalupe River, in Ingram, Texas. Only 15 miles from Quiet Valley Ranch!

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Quiet Valley Ranch Camping

RV's with Hook Ups - $20 a night per RV

Tent Camping (includes electrical service) - $10 a night per tent

Email: stating the number of nights and people, and note whether you will RV or tent camp. (She will send you an invoice with a click thru link to pay.)



Reserved seating, 2 prices: $25 & $35 or VIP Package - includes dinner, drinks & tickets to the Arts & Crafts Fair -for $60

Buy now for best seats!!

Texas State Arts & Craft Fair

Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for students and free for children under 12

Pay at the Gate

All campers will have electrical and water hookups. Threadgill bathrooms and showers, Pavilion bathrooms and showers will be open, and, if there are enough reservations to warrant it, additional facilities will be opened. If there is no Kerr County burn ban, firewood will be on site for campfires.

Don't miss this weekend on the ranch with some of the Kerr-family. Spontaneous, magical song circles could pop up anywhere, anytime!

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The Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation, the Hill Country Arts Foundation, the Symphony of the Hills and Schreiner University are joining forces to present a spectacular opening night concert for the Texas State Arts & Crafts Fair on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. The concert will be at the Point Theater, a 720 seat outdoor amphitheater located on the banks of the Guadalupe River in Ingram. The Arts & Crafts Fair begins Saturday morning at the same location (near the Stonehenge replica). 

The Friday night concert features Matt Nakoa, a 2014 Grassy Hill Kerrville New Folk Winner from New York who was trained at the famous Berklee College of Music in Boston; and Harpeth Rising, a trio of classically trained musicians, educated at some of the most venerated music schools in the world. They perform original music that is a fusion of Folk, Newgrass, Rock and Classical music. Each of these two acts will be supported by a 25-piece chamber ensemble from Kerrville’s own Symphony of the Hills, conducted by Dr. Gene Dowdy.