Van Horn, Texas — Songwriter Bryon Garrison and his band the Rainmakers will be performing at Jesus Ramirez’ El Tomate in Van Horn next month.
The concert, scheduled for Friday and Saturday February 5 and 6 at 8 pm, is outside on the patio and all are invited to come out and enjoy some pizza and beer.
“When Mr. Ramirez invited me to come down and perform at his new venue I was excited to be part of his vision,” Garrison said, “He cares about his community and wants to provide quality music, food and fun to Van Horn.”
Many local businesses have had to put things on hold and El Tomate and others have done their patriotic best to keep friends and patrons safe. Now that there is a vaccine, the venue is excited to offer something to their customers as a way of saying thank you for being patient.
Starting in February, El Tomate will bring in some of the best West Texas talent to Van Horn including Rick Ruiz, Neil Trammell and the Doodlin’ Hoggwallops and Bryon Garrison and the RainMakers.
The first show features Garrison and his band who are known for local favorites like Everything in Alpine is One Way, Meet Me in Presidio and Other Side of Blue.
El Tomate features a full menu, a wide selection of beer and now great West Texas talent.