Amarillo resident Toby Brohlin, once the leader of a rock band, started a business that has grown into one of the world's best guide services.

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His incredible story of how he went from being the lead in a rock band to building Cadillac Creek Outfitters, has been showcased in an inspiring documentary called, The Panhandle Sportsman. The documentary will premiere at an exclusive event on Friday, October 27th.

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Those in attendance will experience an evening of inspiration as you enjoy the private airing of The Panhandle Sportsman.  Not only will you get to experience Toby's blood, sweat, and tears as he built the Cadillac Creek Outfitters, but you will also get to enjoy some amazing live music.

This amazing evening will also include performances by some of Texas' top performing artists including,

Koe Wetzel

Mike Ryan

You'll experience an intimate writers' round acoustic performance with all these amazing artists, plus Dylan Wheeler, Chris Colston, and opener, Them Dirty Roses.

Not only will you get to experience, these amazing intimate acoustic performances, and Toby's inspiring documentary, but you will also get to enjoy a delicious steak meal prepared by pit master Brendan Lamb with PitCo.

This high-class evening will begin at 6 pm.


  • Base: $550
  • VIP: $750
  • Base Tables: $4,400
  • VIP Tables: $6000

These prices are only available through Labor Day Weekend and will go up after this sale.

Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to celebrate the success of one of Amarillo's own.

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