Brenn Hill to Headline 2015 Mule Days Concert
The Bishop Mule Days Celebration is pleased to announce that Western singer/songwriter Brenn Hill will headline the 2015 Mule Days concert. The concert is set for Thursday, May 21st, 7:30 p.m. in the Charles Brown Auditorium at the Tri-County Fairgrounds. Mule Days officials note, “Hill doesn’t just sing about the American West, he reveals its heart to anyone who will take the time to listen.” His most recent release, “Ode To Selway,” like each of his prior recordings, serves as a pathway into and through his own personal journey. Hill is not just an observer or narrator of the Western story, but one of its strongest interpreters. Life’s trials and tribulations are his raw material.
Hill’s career spans 10 recordings of mostly all self-penned music and nearly two decades on-the-road. He has won numerous industry awards and accolades, and resides with his wife and three children in Hooper, Utah.
Tickets for the concert, and all Mule Days events, go on sale Monday, Feb. 2nd at 8:30 a.m. at the Mule Days office, 1141 N. Main St., Bishop.
Like his 2014 predecessors, cowboy entertainer Dave Stamey and cowboy poet Baxter Black, Brenn Hill’s performance works best when he has close interaction with the audience. For that reason, the Mule Days Executive Committee opted to continue with its more intimate offering in the Charles Brown Auditorium. Seating will be limited to 900, an increase of 100 seats from last year.
Concert tickets are $25 per person, or $45 for VIP. The VIP tickets include preferred seating and access to a “Meet-and-Greet” reception with Hill prior to the concert. VIP tickets are limited to 150 total. Last year the VIP tickets sold out prior to the event, so Mule Days organizers suggest purchasing early in order to avoid disappointment.
The Bishop Mule Days concert is presented by Justin Boots and KIBS-FM, 100.7 FM.
For more information about Brenn Hill, please visit his website, BrennHill.com. For more information about Bishop Mule Days, call (760) 872-4263.