Join us for an unforgettable weekend at La Cantera Resort & Spa for “Tip of the Hat to Texas,” a celebration of country music featuring Randy Rogers and his talented Texas friends. From October 2-4, immerse yourself in the heart of Texas’ vibrant music scene at our singer-songwriter and country music festival.

Experience live performances from some of the Lone Star State’s finest artists, all set against the stunning backdrop of our luxurious resort. Save the date and get ready for an incredible event filled with authentic Texas charm, captivating music, and unforgettable memories.



For those seeking an elevated experience, our VIP Experience is the perfect choice.

Enjoy a three-night stay that includes two tickets to the intimate Dinner Show at SweetFire Kitchen on Wednesday, where you’ll savor a delightful meal while being serenaded by talented musicians.

On Thursday, delight in an exclusive VIP event on the SweetFire Patio with two VIP tickets, offering premium views and amenities. Your package also includes two General Admission tickets to the lively Texases band performance on Friday, a $50 breakfast credit to start your mornings off right, and valet parking for the entire stay.

This package offers unmatched exclusivity with limited availability to ensure a personalized and memorable experience.  Not ready for a full room package? No worries! Book  here to snag a 1 or 2-night stay.


If you prefer a more laid-back approach, our General Guest Experience offers a three-night stay with plenty of entertainment.

This package includes two tickets to the Dinner Show at SweetFire on Wednesday, where you can enjoy a fantastic meal and great music. Additionally, you’ll receive two General Admission tickets for both Thursday and Friday’s events, allowing you to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and fantastic performances.

Book your stay now and secure your spot at this exceptional country concert event. Whether you choose the VIP Experience Package or the General Guest Experience, La Cantera Resort & Spa promises a weekend filled with music, luxury, and cherished memories.

Not ready for a full room package? No worries! Book here to snag a 1 or 2-night stay.


Whatever you do, don’t tell Randy Rogers he’s just a musician. Sure, the Texas native’s namesake band has been making its mark on the Country scene for more than two decades, racking up seven singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and continuing as one of the nation’s perennial live acts. But Rogers is much more than a talented singer-songwriter. “I’m not just a dude in a band who goes fishing every day,” he laughs. Indeed, at 45, Rogers is one of Country music’s most forward-thinking businessmen, investors, and dreamers. From owning a management company that launched the careers of superstars like Parker McCollum, to investing in baseball teams and whiskey brands, Rogers is a true renaissance man. His ventures include revamping live music venues and giving back to his community, showcasing his dedication to making a significant impact wherever he can.

Rogers’ roots in Cleburne, Texas, have driven him to make a difference both on and off the stage. In 2016, he co-founded Big Blind Management with Robin Schoepf, inspired by the mentorship he received from iconic Texas singer-songwriter Radney Foster. “Radney was the bridge between the business of Nashville and the talent and regional success of our band,” Rogers explains. Beyond music, Rogers has dived into various entrepreneurial ventures. He owns River Rose boutique with his wife Chelsea, and invested in the Cleburne Railroaders baseball team. He also co-founded Bahnbrëcker, a whiskey company, and is launching Lost and Found, a rooftop bar in New Braunfels. However, his proudest achievements stem from his family and his charitable efforts. The Randy Rogers Family Foundation and his annual Randy Rogers Band Golf Jam event highlight his commitment to giving back, a value ingrained in him since childhood by his father, a Southern Baptist preacher. Despite his many accomplishments, Rogers finds the greatest reward in spending time with his wife and three daughters, who inspire and motivate him in all his endeavors.


Ty Myers is a young singer-songwriter based in Dripping Springs, Texas; currently being managed and developed by Narvel Blackstock and Starstruck Entertainment. Ty grew up just west of Austin as the 6th-generation raised on the family cattle ranch. He has been singing since he could walk and picked up the guitar when he started writing songs at 8 years old.

Ty finds inspiration from many genres from country to blues and soul. His voice has a unique richness that connects listeners to the lyrics. Since releasing music in March 2023, Ty has gained over 23 million streams and counting.


Tony Lane, originally from Comanche, Texas, started out his music career by playing the bars in Dallas-Ft. Worth and Colorado for many years before relocating to Nashville. In 1997, He signed his first publishing deal and quickly had his first number one song with Lee Ann Womack’s “A Little Past Little Rock.” He continued a run of success with George Strait’s “Run,” John Michael Montgomery’s “Letters From Home,” and the Grammy-nominated “I Need You” by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. Tony’s most recent #1 was “On My Way To You” recorded by Cody Johnson.

Tony has had numerous other cuts with a variety of artists including Kenny Chesney, Parker McCollum, Randall King, Chris Janson, and Luke Bryan to name a few. Tony has successfully managed to blend critical acclaim with commercial success, making him one of the most revered songwriters in Nashville.


Heath Warren is a Nashville based, Platinum Award Winning songwriter from Albuquerque, New Mexico. With a passion for music and a knack for storytelling, Heath writes and produces songs for artists in multiple genres.

Heath has been named one of BMI’s “Buzz Writers To Watch” and is most known for his top country cuts “Rock and a Hard Place” by Bailey Zimmerman and “I Don’t Miss You” by Nate Smith. Heath’s other notable releases include singles from Josh Ross, David J, Waterloo Revival, After Midtown, and Willie Morrison, and upcoming releases from Bailey Zimmerman and Chase Rice.


Characterized by seamless vibrato, narrative-driven lyrics, and melodic arrangements, Austin, TX native Coleman Jennings has created a vigorous and distinct sound. Resembling that of traditional outlaw country paired with the upbeat progressions of classic rock, folk, and blues, Coleman has managed to fashion a sound that is inherently familiar, yet undeniably fresh.

Though still a student at the University of Texas, 2024 is proving to be a landmark year for Coleman. He released his debut EP Wildflowers & Tears, embarked on his first headlining tour, garnered support slots for Willie Nelson, Wyatt Flores, 49 Winchester, and more, and was included on several festivals throughout the country.


Texas native, Palmer Anthony grew up in the small Northern California town of Willits and played baseball at the University of California, Santa Barbara, before realizing his passion for songwriting surpassed even his love of the game.

After graduation, he moved back to Fort Worth where he became immersed in the Texas music scene. Since his first release in 2020, Palmer and his band have toured all over the country opening for the likes of Riley Green, Eli Young Band, Randall King, Chase Rice and more. In 2023, Palmer became the inaugural songwriter signed to The Neal Agency’s newly launched publishing division in partnership with Warner Chappell. Whiskey Riff has labeled the singer-songwriter as “one of the new names you need to know,” and he’s just getting started.


A collector of broken watches and broken hearts, time stands still with Ben Burgess, an award winning songwriter and country artist. His work urges his listeners to avoid making the same mistakes he did. His music: a cautionary tale for the next generation.

A man of truth and contradiction, Burgess invites his listeners to reject aphorisms in exchange for introspection. He’s a no-bullshit bullshitter, shifting seamlessly from heart to humor in a way that feels refreshingly non-
conformist. Even with endless categories and sub-categories to choose from, Burgess’ music, much like the artist, defies attempts to be placed in a single box. His distinctive sound will no doubt invite imitators of his East Dallas swagger.


Hailing from the small border town of Del Rio, TX, William Beckmann was raised on classic country as well as the mariachi and sounds of northern Mexico. He delivers a fresh blend of vintage country, Americana-and Latin music with a timeless baritone and an old soul maturity that belles his youth. Atter capturing the attention of elder statesmen like Randy Rogers and fellow Del Rio native Radney Foster, he relocated to Nashville where he signed a publishing deal with Warner Chappell.

Beckmann’s 2022 album Faded Memories, featuring the slow-burn single “Bourbon Whiskey” and the haunting “In The Dark” garnered praise from press including American Songwriter, CMT and more. “Damn This Heart Of Mine” and “Tennessee Drinkin””, the two singles from his 2023 follow up album “Here’s To You. Here’s To Me.” were consecutive 11 songs at Texas Regional Radio Chart and amassed even more accolades including Saving Country Music, Whiskey Riff and Billboard.

670,000 followers on TikTok and over 16 million streams, Beckmann has spent the last year supporting acts like Parker McCollum, Randy Rogers Band and Wade Bowen on tour as well as selling out his own headline shows including five at the legendary Gruene Hall in Now Braunfels, TX

The Texases

Partner, if you’ve been pinin’ for that solid country gold, The Texases have got you covered. Playing your favorite classic country hits from ’66 to ’96, from Merle and Willie to George and Garth, The Texases are rarin’ to transport you back in time to the days of guitars, Cadillacs, and hillbilly music. So whether you’re an urban cowboy or you’ve been country since country wasn’t cool, look no further to satisfy your (George) jones for classic country covers than those sons of the Lone Star State, The Texases!