"Bringing world class Jazz performance to our classrooms
and the historic Cactus Hotel for over two decades"
Sponsorship Opportunities are available for individuals and businesses.
Call 325-653-6793 for details.
Click Here for a sponsor packet.
Click Here to view our 2012 Sponsors
Many Thanks to our 2012 Title Sponsors:
With the Cactus Music Series, San Angeloans and local students can enjoy the sophisticated sounds of the big city without ever leaving the heart of West Texas. Surrounded by the historic grandeur of the Cactus Hotel, music lovers will savor a concert experience unlike any other. The setting is intimate and the energy is palpable (concerts are usually produced on 2nd Fridays of the autumn months).
A local, school-based Jazz band opens each show (if available) and our Elementary Guest Artist Program brings musicians directly to our elementary schools each spring semester!
Fall 2014 Concerts will be announced soon!
September 13th - Pianist, Ted Rosenthal
October 18th - Collaboration with ASU Brass Festival
November 8th - TBA
OTHER THINGS TO KNOW about Fall Concerts:
Venue: Cactus Hotel (36 East Twohig)
Seating: General Admission
Time: Doors/Bar/Opening Act (local school-based jazz bands) at 8:00 PM
Ticket Prices: $20/person general admission ($10/person military and student. Please provide i.d.)
Season Tickets: $50/person general admission ($25/person military and students with valid i.d.) Season tickets include one non-reserved seat to each of the concerts at the Cactus Hotel.
Ticket Outlets: Cultural Affairs Council Office (Suite 200, Cactus Hotel), Blair's Western Wear (4230 Sherwood Way), In Vino Veritas (2007 Knickerbocker), Elite Physique (3109 Knickerbocker or 2802 Southwest Blvd.)
Tickets by Phone: (325) 653-6793
Tickets at Will Call: Unpaid Will Call tickets will be released to the public if not picked up by 8:30pm the night of the concert.
Tickets at the Door: If available
Payment Options: cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express
Refreshments: Beer, wine and cocktails are available. Food is not available.
Smoking: The Cactus Hotel is a non-smoking facility.
CD Sales: The artists are allowed to sell their CDs.
The Cactus Music Series is funded in part
by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.