Country singer and Houston born Cory Morrow is the headliner for the Texas Music Fest March 4 from 2 - 9 p.m. at The Captain's Corner Shopping Center at the corner of FM 518 and FM 2351. Get tickets online at www.fdfa.org.

Texas Music Fest made possible by area sponsors

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Country singer and Houston born Cory Morrow is the headliner for the Texas Music Fest March 4 from 2 - 9 p.m. at The Captain's Corner Shopping Center at the corner of FM 518 and FM 2351. Get tickets online at www.fdfa.org.

Country singer and Houston born Cory Morrow is the headliner for the Texas Music Fest March 4 from 2 – 9 p.m. at The Captain’s Corner Shopping Center at the corner of FM 518 and FM 2351. Get tickets online at www.fdfa.org.

Friendswood is the place for fun, food and live music at the second annual Texas Music Fest set for March 4 from 2 – 9 p.m. in celebration of Texas Independence Day.

Held in Downtown Friendswood at the Captain’s Corner Shopping Center at the corner of FM 2351 and FM 518, the event offers food, vendors, exhibits and live entertainment from Country artists Cory Morrow (headliner), Josh Ward, Two Tons of Steel and The Junior Gordon Band.

The Alamo title sponsor of the Music Fest is Ron Carter-Clear Lake with Cadillac, Hyundai, and Genesis and Original Ron Carter-Alvin with Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Chrysler, Buick, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram.

“We want to thank Ron Carter for helping Friendswood of Downtown Friendswood promote and deliver the second annual Texas Music Fest,” FDFA President Brett Banfield said. “We encourage everyone to come out and have a great time.”

Diamond Gonzales Sponsors are Raymond James, and BPI.

Gold Goliad Sponsors are HomeTown Bank of Friendswood, Waste Connections of Texas, and Peace of Mind Security.

Silver Refugio Sponsors include Memorial Hermann, TNMP, La Escondida, Miller Lite, Stanfield Properties, the Hillenburg Family, Amazing RVs.com and Ron Cox Consulting.

Friend Bexar Sponsors are Total Pest Management and Friendswood Dental Group.

General admission is $10 for adults with children 12 and under are free.

Tickets are available online and include VIP tickets for $125.

To see the other events at Texas Music Fest, visit the website at www.fdfa.org.

Story by Karolyn Gephart

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