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The Roundup for HOPE, a two-day cowboy music festival with Michael Martin Murphey and chuck wagon cook-off, is coming to the 2,700 acre Hidden Falls Adventure Park in Marble Falls, October 23rd and 24th. All proceeds will benefit A Place of HOPE, a charitable healthcare clinic in Marble Falls that services those in need in the Highland Lakes area.
On Saturday, October 23rd and Sunday, October 24th, authentic chuck wagons will circle around at the Hidden Falls Adventure Park for a chuck wagon cook-off. Chuck wagon cooks will compete against one another for the best food (cooked circa 1900 style) and most authentic chuck wagon. The public is invited to see how the old West was won and sample authentic chuck wagon food prepared in the same manner as our forefathers.
Live music for the family will take place throughout Saturday and Sunday morning. Saturday’s musical guests include Texas’s favorite son, K.R.Wood, and other Central Texas favorites such as Pauline Reese, Mike Blakely, and George Ensley.
Topping off the schedule is a Saturday night concert with celebrated Cowboy musical artist, Michael Martin Murphey. This live concert begins at 8pm.
On Sunday morning, visitors can enjoy an authentic Cowboy breakfast before attending Cowboy church where cowboys and cowboy gospel come together to create a unique Western worship experience.
“We couldn’t be more excited to bring Michael Martin Murphey and the chuck wagon cook-off to the Highland Lakes area,” said Dr. Brooks Blake of Marble Falls. “By attending this event, not only are you getting great family entertainment, you are also helping those who can’t afford healthcare.”
For tickets and more information, visit www.roundupforhope.com.