Willie Nelson in Concert

Today featured the highlight of the South Padre International Music Festival.



The sky was so blue and clear.








Can you believe this is NOVEMBER?

You can when you realize this is SOUTH PADRE ISLAND we are talking about… paradise in South Texas.

This is just one of the HUGE speakers they used.


Mayor Pinkerton greeted the crowd before the concert.

People of all ages had gathered for the culmination of the music festival.

There were lots of cold refreshments.


Notice the guy in the bottom left corner of this picture below.


What do he and this woman have in common?


When I heard screams, I knew who was coming. He was flanked by security guards.


It was none other than the king of country.

The crowd sang along during, “Beer for my Horses.”


“Whiskey River” was a crowd favorite.

as was, “Mommas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys.”


The sandcastle was not featured in red lights as it was for last night’s metal acts.


Quite a few people showed up to dance, sing, scream and clap along to Willie’s hits.

“Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain”


“Good Hearted Woman”


“If You’ve Got the Money (I’ve Got the Time)”

He threw his bandana into the crowd near to a blonde girl who had been holding up her shoe the whole concert with a sign that said, “Sign my shoe?”

3 Responses to Willie Nelson in Concert

  1. Linda says:

    Thanks so much for posting the pictures. Great photos.

  2. Thanks for coming out!

  3. don Miguel says:

    Yes… many thanks!

    Your pictures are wonderful and I enjoy
    your Blog as well as your enthusiasm!

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