Buck Owen’s Crystal palace

14 May

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Buck owens Crystal palace came to Bakersfield in 1966 and was constructed by none others than Mr. Buck Owens himself. The crystal palace has been a landmark in Bakersfield since then and has only become more popular over the years. The halls are decked with pictures and sculptures of all of the greats of country history. The venue is perfect size for a concert, big enough to host a good crowd but small enough for everyone to have a great view and a personal experience. Buck Owen’s place is a perfect for a night of entertainment, with all seats in the house in prime view of the stage

 

Not only does the palace host big time country stars as well as up and coming acts, but they have a house band named the Buckaroos that play on weekends and occasionally week nights. The house band plays country classics as well as the latest hits and is always willing to take requests and dedications.

 

While enjoying the Palace’s entertainment you can have a seat at a table and enjoy one of the delicious options from their menu or find a spot at their fully stocked bar where you will find Buck’s White cow-hide interior Cadillac convertible hung on the wall adding to the cool historical vibe.

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Last but certainly not least, the palace offers a huge Sunday brunch complete with all the fixings including everything from chicken fried steak to a fully loaded omelet bar!

 

If you are looking to hear some good country music, have a great meal, or just enjoy all the history Buck’s place has to offer you this place is sure to please!

 

 

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2 Responses to “Buck Owen’s Crystal palace”

  1. khough10 May 29, 2013 at 5:15 am #

    I love the palace! I have seen Eric Church, Billy Currington, Uncle Cracker, and Taylor Swift play here! It has so much history and is a great place in which Bakersfield citizens can brag about.

  2. AthenaStayBeautiful June 14, 2013 at 7:49 pm #

    Now this is a place I haven’t been to in a long time! I think you rekindled my country spark with your blog post. I’ll absolutely be making a visit to the Palace soon! Great post!

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