Honky Tonk Texas
2389 Hwy 96 S
Silsbee, Texas 77656
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6th Annual Silsbee Texas Bike Rally at Honky Tonk Texas in Silsbee


April 29th & April 30th  - Gates open at 10 AM FRIDAY & 9AM SATURDAY

For Rally Events Schedule Please Visit www.silsbeetxrally.com



  • $40 - Rally Pass (Includes Friday and Saturday Day / Night)  (Free Admission for ages 12 and under for Outdoor stage only ) 

  • $20 - Friday Day Pass  (Includes Friday Day / Night)    (Free Admission for ages 12 and under for Outdoor stage only)

  • $30 - Saturday Day Pass (Includes Saturday Day / Night)     (Free Admission for ages 12 and under for Outdoor stage only ) 


FRIDAY



  •   4:00 pm - Larry Tillery Band (Outdoor Stage)    (Free Admission for ages 12 and under for Outdoor stage only ) 

  •   6:00 pm - ZZ-KC (Outdoor Stage)   

  •   8:30 pm - INA Dilemna  (Inside Stage) 18+

  • 10:00 pm - Johnny Riley (Inside Stage)  18+


SATURDAY



  •   3:30 pm - Texas Kiss Destroyer (Outdoor Stage)   (Free Admission for ages 12 and under for Outdoor stage only ) 

  •   5:30 pm - Molly Hatchet (Outdoor Stage)  

  •   9:30 pm - George Dearborne (Inside Stage)   18+






  • Tickets are General Admission only! The purchase of a ticket does NOT guarantee you a seat or a table. Reservations are limited! Open seating that is available, is limited to first come, first serve. Please visit www.silsbeetxrally.com for additional information on reservations, seating and FAQ.

  • The purchase of a pre-sale ticket is non-refundable.


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George Dearborne launched his music career sitting behind a drum kit in the late 70s. He moved to center stage to front his own band.

In the early 90s, Dearborne became a regular at Cutter’s Dance Hall in Beaumont, TX alongside “the boys from Beaumont,” Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Byrd.

After a bit of a hiatus, George reassembled a group of musicians, including three members of his original band, to form “George Dearborne and Branded.”  Dearborne and his band became a signature mainstay, cultivating a loyal fan base, performing at Marsh Fest and Rice Festival and notable Texas venues such as Billy Bob’s and Lil Red’s Longhorn Saloon (Ft. Worth, TX), 11th Street Cowboy Bar (Bandera, TX) and Mo’s Place (Katy, TX).