Welcome to the home of Big Rich Courville's Catering and the
Courville's Concert Series.
We specialize in all types of catering and special events.
We host concerts in our hall about once a month.
Tickets for the shows are usually $30 and always include a
buffet dinner. Shows start at 7:00 PM.
We are located at 1744 Rose Lane in Beaumont, Texas.
Tickets for our shows must be purchased in advance.
You may purchase tickets to any of our shows by calling (409) 860-9811
or by emailing email@example.com.
Join us for an evening of good food and great music!
John Evans & Jesse Dayton
Big Rich's Place, 1744 Rose Ln, Beaumont, TX
Two talented boys with strong Beaumont ties return to the scene of the crime(s)! John and Jesse have conspired to put together a CD of their music and the release party is happening here at Courville's before it gets to Houston or Galveston, so come out and join these two for a great night of songs and stories. They've both got some great tunes of their own, and they've each written with Hayes Carll. Now they're ready to show you what happens when they get together. Expect it to be off-the-wall, off-the-chain, possibly a bit off-color, but a dang good time! As usual, your $30 admission gets you not just your entertainment, but all the good chow you can wolf down. (If you can bring a couple of extra dollars just in case we have to pass the hat and bail these fellas out, it would be appreciated.)
He writes songs. He sings songs. He makes the ladies swoon. He's gonna do it all right here at Courville's. He's pretty good at all those things, so you don't want to miss it. Buy your tickets early and up close. Your lady will thank you.
American Aquarium’s six years as a band have been a fast-moving blur of rubber on road, touring coast to coast through the states and Europe. Their latest album, Burn.Flicker.Die., is what has emerged from two years of writing and eight days under the precise hand of friend/tour buddy Jason Isbell. Check out these North Carolina boys right here in Southeast Texas with us.
It's been a long time since Gordie Tentrees has come to visit us from the Yukon. We're awful glad he's coming back. He's grown a lot as a singer and songwriter in the years since we've seen him. Extensive touring has brought great reviews worldwide. He's a lot like Fred in his approach to writing and storytelling. I don't think either of them would mind the comparison.
Gordie's bringing a couple of friends to share the stage, too. Don't miss this special night at Courville's with three amazingly talented artists.
In life and in art, Mark Jungers is a reality dealer. A trailblazing Americana singer, songwriter and musician with By God sod busting roots, Jungers lays out the perils, the pitfalls and the pleasures of life in equal measure. And, accompanied by a like-minded music-making crew, Jungers uses a mixture of country, folk, rock and more to get that reality across with soul, conviction and a solid backbeat.
Jaxon Haldane reveres tradition while retaining a distinct modernism. His ability to combine the visceral intensity of punk rock or dixieland, with the soul stirring emotion of vintage country and blues is emboldened by his songwriting. The result is a gumbo - rich and spicy. Earthy, yet sweet. Rustic, but refined enough that you know a real chef is in the kitchen... one who cooks with love.