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    Haute Spot presents Kyle Park!

    Friday, August 30

    General Admission: $15 (Ages 16+)

    GA Door: $20

    VIP: $50 (Ages 21+)

    Doors: 6PM

    LIVE MUSIC | VIP AREA | BARS | FOOD TRUCKS | HAMMOCKS & CHAIRS | FREE PARKING | GOOD TIMES

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    Upgrade your Haute Spot experience with VIP treatment! VIP tickets include:

    --One free drink

    --Reserved tables and seating (first come/first served)

    --Table service

    --Balcony view of the show

    --Access to private VIP bar

    --VIP = Ages 21+

    ABOUT KYLE PARK

    Growing up during a time when mainstream radio could still show love to throwbacks, Kyle Park was soaking up the tunes of Roger Miller, Merle Haggard, George Jones and the list goes on. It was his Dad that introduced him to classic country, the lyrically driven storytelling of Opry legends that would eventually help mold him into the artist that he is today.

    By the time he had released his debut album (‘Big Time’) in 2005 at the age of 20, Kyle was performing hour-long shows with more than fifty-percent of his own music. Coming a long way from performing for his family in the backyard, this young man from Leander, Texas, was quickly becoming one of the hottest names in the Texas country music scene.

    He's impressively had seven #1 singles on the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR) and eleven singles on the Texas Music Chart’s Top 10. His limited edition 'Fall EP' (now part of the “Make or Break Me full-length album) peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers South Central list. Kyle’s reaped consistent national press coverage from CMT, TCN (The Country Network), Taste of Country, Country Weekly, All Music, Guitar World and more. He was direct support for numerous notable and legendary artists including George Strait, Clint Black, Mark Chestnutt, Gary Allan and more.

    Kyle has worked hard to develop himself as a writer and a producer, making regular trips to Nashville for writing sessions and producing music for other artists as well as his own.

    With six records under his belt, it’s safe to say that there is plenty more to come down the road.

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