Green Apple Art Center
Hello, Green Apple music fans!
The Green Apple Music Series is looking forward to our 11th season of concerts!! Craig is working to finalize our lineup of fantastic artists!! We can’t wait…our first show is set for late March.
Our 11th season brings some new and exciting changes to our music series. We are excited to announce partnerships with The Chicken Farm Art Center & San Angelo Performing Art Center.
All of our 2023 shows will take place exclusively in San Angelo!
We are thrilled to continue our outdoor vibe in the special and unique setting at The Chicken Farm Art Center. The eclectic atmosphere is the perfect place for our shows, and rest assured will maintain the intimate listening room feel with our concert seating. The Chicken Farm also has several Bed & Breakfast rooms inside the facility available on a first-come, first-served basis by reservation! https://www.innattheartcenter.com/
The San Angelo Performing Art Center allows us to produce our shows in a beautiful climate-controlled facility with comfortable theater seating (think cool summer shows and festive Holiday get-togethers).
The events will remain BYOB in both locations, and we will still have a social hour with food served before the music.
We will be adding some exciting things in the coming weeks- and as members, you will all be the first to find out about added shows and special events. Also, please make sure you follow us on Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date information.
We have had calls requesting information- so to confirm your sponsorship and allow time to produce our banner, we need confirmation of your participation by February 1st by returning the attached form.
As we like to say at every possible moment, we couldn’t do this without sponsors and season ticket holders, and we genuinely appreciate each and every one of you.
The Green Apple Team
Patrick Dove/Standard-Times Eden city employee Cody Scott uses a cutting torch to build a stage that will be used by live bands at the Green Apple Market and Arts Center.
Patrick Dove/Standard-Times Eden city employees begin to piece together a metal stage that will be used to hold bands playing live music during the opening of the Green Apple Market and Arts Center.