Music from Red Rock Country with Kenny Hall
Thursday, July 20
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Booth Ballroom


Following the formal exhibition opening for Painting Red Rocks Country, Past and Present , enjoy the final Summer Entertainment Series offering of Music from Red Rock Country with Kenny Hall. Hall is a fifth-generation horseman from the beautiful red rock country of southern Utah, where he raises horses, mules and cattle, and has been building saddles for 20 years. He works full-time at Bryce Canyon National Park, spending many of his days on horseback. A singer of western ballads and songs ranging from traditional to modern, Kenny has performed at cowboy gatherings across the country. Well-known for his sincere performances of true cowboy songs, Kenny voices a deep personal connection to his own rich cowboy heritage.

Doors to the Booth Ballroom open at 7:00 pm for dinner with a cash bar. The dinner menu will feature ribs, macaroni and cheese, potato salad, slaw, Texas toast, strawberry shortcake, and tea or water. Kenny Hall will take the stage at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25 plus tax for Booth Museum Members and $30 plus tax for not-yet-members.

For additional information on the Summer Entertainment Series, call 770-387-1300.

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