Honky Tonk Texas
2389 Hwy 96 N
Silsbee, Texas 77656
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7th Annual Silsbee Texas Rally at Honky Tonk Texas in Silsbee

April 28th & 29th  - Gates open 9AM on Friday & Saturday

  • Cross Roads - 4pm outdoor stage
  • Back in Black - 6pm outdoor stage
  • Mike Zito - 9pm indoor stage 
  • Lonestar Skynard - 4pm  outdoor stage
  • Kentucky Headhunters - 6pm outdoor stage
  • Toman Brothers - 9:30 pm indoor stage


Ticket Info:

Friday Day Pass - $25.00         Saturday Day Pass  - $30.00

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

This event is Ages 18+ only

Please note: All events are Rain or Shine - No Refunds unless Refund Protection is purchased at checkout. Please see the OuthouseTickets Refund Policy for more details. Please de-select at checkout if not desired.
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The Kentucky Headhunters created a hybrid of honky-tonk, blues and Southern rock that appealed to fans of both rock and country music. While they were only officially together for a few albums, the band nevertheless left a long shadow.

The origins of the Kentucky Headhunters lie in 1968, when Fred and Richard Young began playing together with their cousins Greg Martin and Anthony Kenney at the Youngs' grandmother's home. Mark Orr also later joined them. The first incarnation of the band was called the Itchy Brothers, and the group played together informally for over a decade. After about 13 years, the band members began launching separate careers: Richard Young went off to write songs for Acuff-Rose, while Fred Young began touring with country singer Sylvia. Martin became a member of Ronnie McDowell's band, while Kenney dropped out of music. In 1985, Martin decided to reassemble the Itchy Brothers. When Kenney declined to rejoin the group, Martin remembered Doug Phelps, who he had met while on tour with McDowell. Phelps joined the new project, which was named the Kentucky Headhunters. Besides Martin and Phelps, the band also included the Young brothers and Doug's brother Ricky Lee Phelps.