Hill Country Holler at Enchanted Springs Ranch
Boerne – What do you get when you bring together music, food, vendors, motorcycles and an old west town? You get the newest Texas rally with an old west twist! There’s plenty to “holler” about for this event. Enchanted Springs Ranch, one of the best attractions in the Boerne and San Antonio, TX area, is the home for the Hill Country Holler, happening April 12 – 14, 2013.
Ron Limbock, creator of the Lone Star Rally, Galveston, TX, is back in the saddle and doing what he does best, putting on large events that bring thousands of people together for a good cause. Hill Country Holler’s inaugural event will benefit the Boerne EMS Association, Kendall County. The Boerne EMS Association exists to provide improved Pre‐Hospital patient care thru Kendall County EMS. Member's primary duty is to insure the survival, comfort, safety and confidence of the patients while providing this care.
If you are familiar with Lone Star Rally, you will find it has grown into the largest motorcycle rally in North America. But, the Hill Country Holler, has got even more things going for it than its sister rally. Hill Country Holler at Enchanted Springs Ranch offers some of the best motorcycle riding in the state of Texas. The Texas hill country offers majestic scenery, small town friendliness and open roads to cruise. The event will include a poker run of 100 miles into the country for riders to experience and meet some of the local establishments.
Hill Country Holler is coming out with both guns blazing with superstar entertainment. A Texas favorite and Grammy winning Los Lonely Boys perform on Friday night. The unforgettable Brian Howe from Bad Company will be rockin’ the stage on Saturday night with the hits of Bad Company. Hill Country Holler’s three day event will encompass some old west fun at Enchanted Springs Ranch. You’ll be entertained with Wild West Shows, starring Pistol Packin’ Paula, Biker Rodeo, Quick Draw Contests, Wildlife Tours in Conestoga Wagons and much more. Many popular local bands will fill the two saloon stages. A packed schedule of events gives something for everyone.
After reading all of this, you’ll want to get your tickets and a place to stay if you’re not in driving distance of Enchanted Springs Ranch. Tickets can be purchased at www.hillcountryholler.com $30 for the weekend or $20 per day. Camping is available and local hotels are on the website for your convenience. The event is also open to the general public and is offering car, truck and RV parking.
Hill Country Holler, benefitting Boerne EMS Association, Kendall County, at Enchanted Springs Ranch is the event that will make you a memory for a lifetime. Don’t miss it!