Save the date! April 1st we are having our 2nd Annual Crawfish Boil out here at TSR, complete with Live Music and a wakeboarding competition hosted by Texas State University Wake Team!
Admission is FREE and $12 gets you 2lb full pounds of Crawfish, corn, & rolls. We will also have $1 Select Beer and $2 Margaritas from Wahoo's! Music starts around 1pm featuring DJ Lucas Copeland, followed by Zydeco Band Jonny Burke! Crawfish serving starts at 2pm.
Texas State will be hosting their Annual Collegiate Wake Competition throughout the weekend as well! All day Saturday (April 1st) they will be holding the boat portion of their competition, so be sure to hang around the boat lake and watch some college riders throw down. That means the cable will be open to the public all day, so it's the perfect day to grab a pass and get your shred on!
As the live music wraps up, turn your attention to the kicker section of the cable lake, because WakeWell will be here hosting a kicker comp as part of their annual National WakeWell Conference. We are so excited to have WakeWell...more
That's right! Cablestock is back at TSR, but with a whole new level of new and exciting! Imagine everything you might already know about cablestock, and then take your imagination to an even bigger and badder event. We have 3 1/2 FULL days of excitement planned out and could not be more stoked to have everyone out here for the 16th year in a row.
So what, exactly, is new this year?
For the first time ever, we are not only having our pro level riding out here to throw down both on the cable and behind the boat, but we are introducing the event to entries from COLLEGE teams around the entire nation. This will be the national level finals event for all college cable teams, and the final regional qualifier for all college boat teams. Come out and cheer on not only some incredibly talented new, up-and-coming riders, but cheer on the entire TEAM from the school you hold closest to your heart!
In addition to bringing the college wake scene to TSR, we are also pulling some extra strings in the music scene & both bringing back old artists and introducing some new...more