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July 6, 2013

Pat Green headlining Buckets & Boots

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Overnight camping

The ranch also offers optional overnight RV camping for ticket-holding patrons for a $150 donation to The Buckets and Boots Foundation. This permit will allow for a designated camping or RV parking spot on the ranch grounds. Gates open for RV parking at 3 p.m. Saturday, July 13, and overnight campers must arrive by 6 p.m. Overnight guests will need to vacate the grounds by 11 a.m. on Sunday July 14.

Note that there are no electrical, water or sewer hook ups and campers are asked to keep their area clean and remove all trash and debris upon departure. Individual camping spots will be restricted to 12 overnight guests and each guest must have a ticket to the Buckets and Boots concert. Campers are asked to keep music and noise at a low level and to be respectful of other campers. No grills or open fires will be allowed. Those violating these policies will be asked to leave the ranch grounds by security.

B&B is becoming a local summertime tradition, one that promises top-notch Texas fun and entertainment. And it’s for a couple of good causes: 1) support for local fire departments and 2) your enjoyment! So ... enjoy!

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