For the seventh consecutive year, Booth Western Art Museum proudly announces the lineup for the 2016 Summer Entertainment Series. Each event will be held on the third Thursday of June and July in the Booth Ballroom and will include a buffet-style dinner, cash bar, and excellent entertainment.
“The Summer Entertainment Series provides an engaging and exciting way to step into the world of Booth Museum,” says Director of Marketing Tom Shinall. “Over the past several years we have featured theatrical performances, musicians, educational entertainment, and more. However, this year’s lineup will highlight some of the best musical talents we have ever hosted for the Series,” says Shinall.
The first in the series will be on Thursday, June 16 where Booth Museum Members and guests are invited to enjoy the sounds of “America’s Western Sweetheart,” Belinda Gail. As a seven time Female Performer of the Year by the Western Music Association, a vibrant and natural entertainer, and one of the most sought after women performing Western music today, Belinda will present a dinner concert filled with inspiring Western music. The June 16 dinner menu will feature BBQ chicken breast, baked beans, potato salad, Texas toast, and strawberry dreaming cake for dessert.
On Thursday, July 21, Booth Museum Members and guests are invited to spend an evening reminiscing about your favorite Western movies and Hollywood cowboys in a special performance of Bullets and Ballads with Jim Dunham and Jim Dorsett. Watch as Dunham does amazing gun tricks like the cowboys of the silver screen while Dorsett performs classic songs from Western movies. The July 21 dinner menu will feature summer salad, roast with potatoes and carrots, green beans, rolls, and chocolate cream pie for dessert.
Each show will include a delicious dinner prepared by the Booth Café and a cash bar will be available. Doors open at 6:00 pm for dinner and entertainment will begin at 7:00 pm. Tickets for the Summer Entertainment Series are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the Museum or by calling 770-387-1300. Tickets are $25 for Booth Museum Members and $30 for not-yet-members.