ABOUT US
Kent Finlay opened the doors of Cheatham Street Warehouse in June of 1974 as a music hall, to develop, perpetuate and promote Texas music in its most natural state - the honky-tonk. During the last three decades, Kent has earned quite a track record for developing new writers and artists, and we are proud of the wealth of talent that has walked through the door and up onto the stage of this rustic old building. Those were the days -- "Ladies Free" and nickle beer. George Strait and Ace in the Hole played their first 50 or 60 gigs on this very stage. "Little" Charlie Sexton and his younger brother, Will opened every Tuesday night for a very young Stevie Vaughan - even before he started billing his name with the "Ray". in the middle... Lucky Cheatham Street veterans remember lots of Texas summer nights - filled with magic and music - Jerry Jeff Walker and Willie Nelson, Flaco Jiminez and Marcia Ball, Doug Sahm and Augie Meyer, Gatemouth Brown and Eric Johnson... the list goes on forever. We're proud to conside Alvin Crow and Joe Bob's Bar and Grill, Omar and the Howlers and Asleep at the Wheel, B. W. Stevenson, Lou Ann Barton and Guy Clark and Billy Joe Shaver and The Skunks, and the Killer Bees and Greezy Wheels all a part of the Cheatham Street Family. Kent continues to develop, promote and publish promising new writers and musical talents. He takes pride in opening the doors to give talent like Adam Carroll, Randy Rogers, Shelley King and a host of other new artists a place to grow and be nurtured before appreciative audiences. All the while, Kent carefully maintains the intimate setting that keeps veteran road warriors like Rusty Wier and Ray Wylie Hubbard, Monte Montgomery and Ray Bensons Asleep At The Wheel coming back for more... and the list goes on and on and on. If you're looking for a hard-core drinking place - please go somewhere else... . but if you are looking for a place to listen to great Texas music -- and sometimes to even hear it first, Cheatham Street Warehouse welcomes you. Come out and capture the magic.

An Evening with Todd Snider

Thursday, April 30

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Thursday, Apr 30
An Evening with Todd Snider
San Marcos, TX

An Evening with Todd Snider

Friday, May 01

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Friday, May 01
An Evening with Todd Snider
San Marcos, TX

An Evening with Todd Snider

Saturday, May 02

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Saturday, May 02
An Evening with Todd Snider
San Marcos, TX

Thieving Birds

Monday, May 04

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Monday, May 04
Thieving Birds
San Marcos, TX

Aaron Einhouse

Saturday, May 09

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Saturday, May 09
Aaron Einhouse
San Marcos, TX

The O's

Thursday, May 14

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Thursday, May 14
The O's
San Marcos, TX

Blue Water Highway

Friday, May 22

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Friday, May 22
Blue Water Highway
San Marcos, TX

Anton Goosen

Sunday, May 24

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Sunday, May 24
Anton Goosen
San Marcos, TX

Crooks

Thursday, June 04

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Thursday, Jun 04
Crooks
San Marcos, TX

Sam Riggs

Saturday, June 13

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Saturday, Jun 13
Sam Riggs
San Marcos, TX

Jason Eady

Friday, July 24

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Friday, Jul 24
Jason Eady
San Marcos, TX

Jason Eady

Friday, July 24

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Friday, Jul 24
Jason Eady
San Marcos, TX