Texas – Music Workshop in Harker Heights


Governor Abbott announces music-focused community workshop in Harker Heights

Austin, TX (STL.News) Governor Greg Abbott announced that the Texas Music Office (TMO) and the City of Harker Heights will jointly host a Music Friendly Community Workshop on Thursday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m.

TMO Community Relations and Outreach Specialist Chip Adams will attend the workshop to explain the Music Friendly Community designation and answer questions.

Participation in TMO’s Music Friendly Community Program provides Texas communities with a network to foster music industry development and sends a clear message to industry professionals that Certified Communities are serious about attracting and developing music industry growth. music industry. The Harker Heights workshop is the first step in the certification process. When complete, Harker Heights will join more than 30 other Texas towns that have earned the coveted “Music Friendly” designation.

“The Lone Star State is full of promise and I look forward to continuing to work alongside Harker Heights community and business leaders to ensure they have the knowledge and tools they need to succeed,” said Governor Abbott. “Music is a big part of the Texas brand and our local economies, and I thank the Texas Music Office for helping communities large and small amplify creative partnerships and spur the growth of new businesses.”

Musicians, venues and the general public are invited to attend the workshop.

Music Friendly Community Workshop – Harker Heights
Thursday 21 April, at 5.30 p.m.
Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center
552 E Chemin des Chevaliers
Harker Heights TX 76548

Media questions and requests can be directed to Gillian Pons, Business Development & Marketing, [email protected](254) 699-4999

More information on TMO’s Music Friendly Community program: https://gov.texas.gov/music/page/music-friendly-communities

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