What Could Bring Trump To Texas? A Big, Giant Tour.
Word has been floating around that former President Donald Trump is going to be making a stop in Texas this month. What could the former POTUS be doing in the Lone Star State?
A big giant tour stop, of course.
Former President Trump Is Bringing The American Freedom Tour To Texas
Unfortunately, if you've been waiting to set your gaze on the former president, you're going to have to make a road trip. The tour stop is going to be in Austin.
It's also on Saturday. So, you'll need to change your plans quickly.
What Is Happening At Former President Trump's Stop In Texas?
A lot of talking. Possibly some music. The Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent, will be there in his best cowboy hat and shirt with the sleeves cut off combo.
Watch him show up in a coat and prove me wrong. Is it really Ted Nugent if it has sleeves, though? I don't remember ever seeing him in sleeves.
There are several other "conservative insiders" that will be speaking as well. It's honestly a quasi who's who of people you've seen on Fox News over the past several years.
That is until they moved to OAN.
Hercules Will Be Appearing In Texas For The Event
This is the one I'm the most excited about. Kevin Sorbo will be there. He will forever be my Hercules.
I grew up on the classic TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. It followed Herc and his buddy on their wild adventures across the Greek landscape.
The best part was Sam Raimi being involved. That meant Bruce Campbell and Ted Raimi got in on the action too.
For a guy who is a fan of campy b-movies, it was TV gold.
Also, Be Prepared To Shell Out Some Bucks
While I'm sure the event is a can't miss affair, it is going to cost you a pretty penny to be in attendance. That is, unless you're okay with being in the overflow.
Getting a spot to squat in the overflow will cost you around nine bucks, according to the website. To get access to Don Jr. and the free coffee in the presidential lounge, plus get seated in the very limited presidential section, you'll need to shell out over $4,000. That's after taxes and fees.
Plus, it doesn't get you anywhere near former President Trump. That's reserved for the Patriot section. There isn't a price attached to it. Seats are in a special section and you get to meet everyone. For that, you have to call.
I think I can safely assume I wouldn't be allowed on that guest list. Guess it's the $2,000 - $4,000 for Don Jr. instead.
No word on just how close to the stage the presidential section is. It should be safe to assume it's closer than the overflow.