New Braunfels is an entertainment hot spot. With live music venues hosting concerts every weekend, it’s the perfect place to spend the spring and summer. Stay at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort and catch your favorite band!
The fun starts at the Whitewater Amphitheater on Friday, May 22 with Billy Currington and Sam Hunt. Currington is famous for his debut top-ten hit, “Walk a Little Straighter.” His songs top the charts of some of country music’s most memorable hits, like “Good Directions,” “People are Crazy,” and “Hey Girl.” Sam Hunt is garnering attention as a young Nashville talent. This singer/songwriter is famous for co-writing Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over,” and “We Are Tonight,” by Billy Currington.
Then come out for Girl Talk and Ludacris on Saturday, May 23. Gregg Gillis is touring his fifth album as Girl Talk. Since his original alum debut, he has played almost 300 shows. He regards his new album, All Day, as his most realized and evolved album, highlighting the Girl Talk aesthetic. Ludacris is a rapper who just released his new album Ludaversal.
Have fun and raise money with the Spazmatics at Life Palooza on May 30. They will take the stage at 8:45 p.m., and there will be BBQ, a silent auction, retail vendors, a photo booth and cold drinks. The festival and fundraiser support the So Live Movement, which supports research hospitals searching for a cancer treatment that increases quality of life.
For more concerts and event information, visit Whitewater Amphitheater’s website. With spectacular concerts and events all summer long, you won’t want to miss it! Book your reservation now at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort.
Stay With Us
Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort offers beautiful cottages and RV sites – a cost-efficient alternative to staying in a hotel. Enjoy close access to New Braunfels’ entertainment, live music, excellent restaurants and Schlitterbahn Water Park. Call 830-625-1919 or visit our website to book your visit.
Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is managed by Kastleman & Associates Inc., Austin, Texas, Bryan Kastleman, President.