The musical "Texas" is set to open tomorrow night.
"Texas" will be kicking off in Palo Duro Canyon's Pioneer Amphitheatre tomorrow night for its 52nd season. The show has become somewhat of a classic in the area as people flock from around the state, the nation, and even the world every year to see the musical drama.
Tickets for "Texas," the outdoor musical drama, are available according to its website. Tickets range from $16.95 to $30.95 for adults and from $12.95 to $26.95 for children. A chuckwagon meal provided by Feldman's Wrongway Diner is also available for $16 for adults and $9 for children.
Those wanting to get a backstage glimpse of the inner workings of "Texas" can also do so with a backstage tour. The tour costs $5, according to the "Texas" website. A shuttle bus is also available every Saturday at "Texas" for $10. The shuttle bus also runs on the Fourth of July.
Tickets for "Texas" are available on Texas' website or by going to the "Texas" office in Canyon. The office is open from 9pm till 6pm, Monday through Friday and from 12:30pm until 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.
For more information about "Texas," please visit texas-show.com