Band Together Texas

Star-studded benefit concert in the works for Central Texas flood victims

Star-studded benefit concert in the works for Texas flood victims

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Aaron Behrens (of Ghostland Observatory) is on the big-name bill.  Aaron Behrens and The Midnight Stroll/Facebook
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Ray Wylie Hubbard is lending his talent to raise money for Texas flood victims. Photo courtesy of Ray Wylie Hubbard
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Blue October is offering exclusive meet-and-greet packages. Photo by Jeremy Cowart
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Big-name musicians are banding together to help our neighbors in the wake of the Central Texas floods.

On Friday, plans for a massive benefit concert featuring Ray Wylie Hubbard, Aaron Behrens (of Ghostland Observatory), Blue October and Midnight River Choir were announced. The #BandTogetherTX show, presented by San Marcos Toyota and Woods Comfort Systems, will take place Sunday, June 7 at The Marc in San Marcos. 

More names are expected to be added to the bill, but tickets are on sale now.  

General admission tickets are $25 each. For $100, attendees score a meet and greet with Blue October. VIP packages, ranging from $1,000-$3,000, are also available. All ticket proceeds will go directly to flood victims via United Way of Hays County.

For more information, visit the concert's ticketing website.