Rival Entertainment Presents Casey Donahew's Boots on the Beach Bash!


We are at it again, but this time we are heading to the Bahamas!!!!  Rival Entertainment Presents: Casey's Donahew's Boots On The Beach Bash featuring Koe Wetzel and Parker McCollum.  This trip will be a 5 day/4 night experience at The Riu Palace Paradise Island....a FOUR STAR ALL-INCLUSIVE resort, which means all of your food and drinks are included in the travel package.  YES...that DOES include beer, wine and liquor!!!!!  I hope you will join us for some great music and an unlimited amount of shenanigans! If you haven't reserved your spot, DO IT!

CASEY DONAHEW

Casey Donahew

Casey Donahew is the leader of the Casey Donahew Band from Burleson, Texas. They started off playing local bars in 2002 and they soon became a favourite on the Texas bar circuit, eventually working their way to national level in 2009 when one of the band’s self-released albums hit the country Top 30 album chart in the Billboard magazine.

 

WWW.CASEYDONAHEW.COM

 

Koe Wetzel

He'll smoke your weed, but he'll buy you Taco Bell

Koe Wetzel and a group of East Texas boys came together in 2011. By 2015 they had an instant hit album, Out on Parole. This album created something fans could tap their boots to or reminisce about their small hometown that never seems to change. The fiddle licks and guitar riffs combined with Wetzel’s smooth, energetic vocals bring a new sound to “Texas Rock ‘n’ Roll.” Koe Wetzel plans to release their new album Noise Complaint on August 18th. For more information check out their social media accounts.

https://koewetzelmusic.com

 

Parker McCollum

Parker McCollum comes from a particular type of family — the no-nonsense, hard working kind. His was the sort of upbringing where “if you’re going to do something and you’re not going to do it one-hundred percent you shouldn’t do it all.” It’s why the 25-year-old singer-songwriter treats each song he writes with a painstaking level of dedication, reverence, respect and, as he’ll readily admit, even a bit of obsession. McCollum says that when a particular melody or lyric or emotion is tugging at him he might just stay in his room for days at a time working it out. He can’t help himself.

https://www.parkermccollum.com