Plano's Oak Point Amphitheater Debuts With The Derailers

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The City of Plano’s Amphitheater at Oak Point Park will have it’s official opening on Friday, April 14, with a concert featuring The Derailers. A honky-tonk band following the tradition set by Buck Owens, Austin, TX's Derailers are led by Brian Hofeldt, an Oregon native who migrated to Texas in his teens. General admission to the event is $15 for adults and $10 for students and children under 18. Children four years and younger are admitted free if accompanied by a parent. Tickets may be purchased in advance by phoning the Creative Arts office at 972-941-5215 or online at parks.planotx.org. Tickets will also be available at the door.

The gates will open at 7:30 pm for a concert start time of 8:00 pm. Food and beverage concessions will be for sale at the facility throughout the concert. No pets are allowed in the amphitheater, with the exception of service animals (guide dogs).

Entertainment Magazine called The Derailers “hangdog honky-tonk at it best.”

The band has been entertaining audiences throughout Texas since the mid-1990’s and their fans have eagerly awaited the release of each of their four CD’s. They will be releasing a new CD later this spring.

The Oak Point Amphitheater is located in Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve, 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway, just across from Collin County Community College. The amphitheater can accommodate up to 1,000 patrons, and has parking for 500 cars.

The beautiful new facility has tiered seating, permanent stage and restrooms and is available for rental.

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