Houston’s Spread Oaks Ranch prepares to host a spring concert weekend with singer-songwriter Jack Ingram, with a private performance, meet-and-greet, all-inclusive accommodations, chef-prepared field-and-farm-to-table cuisine, wine, cocktails and other luxury amenities.
Ingram previously won Top New Male Artist and Song of the Year from the Academy of Country Music, and currently hosts Texas Music Scene, a syndicated television show in more than 80 cities. His intimate acoustic performance for 24 guests will take place Saturday, March 18.
The weekend starts with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and dinner on Friday afternoon, before brunch, dinner and select activities on Saturday before the concert. On Sunday, guests enjoy brunch and other activities before departure. Unique activities included in the stay are clay shooting, whiskey tasting, professional massage therapy, bass fishing, birding adventures and guided ranch tours. Chef Ric Rosser prepares and curates all meals with meats, fruits and vegetables sourced from the property, and additional activities can be booked for a fee, like helicopter hog hunting.
The Jack Ingram Concert is limited to 24 guests, at $1,800 per person, based on double occupancy. Learn more or reserve your spot here.
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