After the success of Cooder Graw at Hodgetown, we are proud to announce another Hodgetown Honkytonk. Mark your calendars now for Friday, October 23, as The Sod Poodles and 101.9 The Bull are proud to present Flatland Cavalry. Their opener for the show that night will be Tristan Marez. Tickets for the outdoor concert are on sale right now at, at the Hodgetown Box Office, or by phone.

The open-air, socially-distanced concert at the home of the Sod Poodles is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. with gates opening at 5 p.m. A happy hour will be held from gates open until 6:30 p.m., which offers $2 domestic beers. Advanced ticket pricing ranges from $15 to $27 depending on ticket type and location. Seating options comprise of premium club seats, on-field tables, bowl seating, and standing-room-only/lawn seating. On-field tables for four are available in limited quantity for $200 per table, which includes a fajita bar and non-alcoholic drinks. Hospitality options for groups are available as well including Dugout Suites, Concourse Suites, Luxury Suites, and the Pepsi Party Deck.

Tickets can be purchased online at, by phone at 806-803-9547, or in-person at the Hodgetown Box Office. Box office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Day of the event purchasing will be available, but a $2 increase will be in effect and ticket availability is not guaranteed. Full food and beverage operations including concourse concessions and Bar 352 will be open. The Sod Poodles team store will be open from 5 p.m. (gates open) until all concert-goers have left the park.

For more information on hospitality areas and tickets, please call 806-803-7762 or email

About Flatland Cavalry:

Flatland Cavalry—frontman and chief songwriter Cleto Cordero, guitarist Reid Dillon, bassist Jonathan Saenz, drummer Jason Albers, and fiddle player Wesley Hall—has been stretching their legs across the country this past year after honing their craft and voice in the music boomtown of Lubbock, Texas. Their latest album Homeland Insecurity finds Flatland further evolving as musicians and storytellers. They continue to expand their sonic palettes while remaining true to those defining characteristics that made them rising standouts years ago. On their previous releases, Come May and Humble Folks, Cordero and company harnessed untethered emotions, feel-good rhythms, and simple raw energy to make it into the hearts of fans and critics. For more information, visit

About Triston Marez:

Country singer and Houston native Triston Marez’s sound isn’t just centered around the crying steel or prominent fiddles that often go hand in hand with the rolling plains or legendary dancehalls that come to mind when thinking about country music – they’re part of a way of life for the 22-year-old. Marez’s debut EP, That Was All Me, showcases Marez’s rich vocals telling tales of long nights, former flames and new love with a relatable honesty. On the EP, Marez’s influences – Chris Ledoux, Aaron Watson and Cody Johnson – weave throughout a collection of pure country music. As a member of a musical family from Oklahoma known for their bluegrass and fiddle talents, Marez started playing guitar at age six. For more information, visit

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